Greg is an Associate in the firm’s Litigation Group, practicing from the Concord office. His work focuses on commercial, employment, and probate law. He has tried cases before judges and juries, and argued before the New Hampshire Supreme Court. He also counsels individuals and entities on contract negotiations and other business matters. Greg regularly publishes articles and presents on legal issues, from mechanic’s liens to evolving regulations about the use of drones.

Prior to joining Preti Flaherty, Greg served as a judicial intern at the New Hampshire Supreme Court. He was also active in politics and government, organizing Iowa counties for a presidential campaign, managing a New Hampshire State Senate race, and serving in the New Hampshire Senate as a Legislative Aide for the Deputy Majority Leader.

Practice Areas


  • Boston College Law School (J.D.)
  • State University of New York at Geneseo (B.A., magna cum laude)


  • New Hampshire
  • Massachusetts
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire

Honors & Awards

  • Recognized in New England Super Lawyers Rising Stars since 2015
  • "Pro Bono Excellence" award from Boston College Law School

Civic Involvement

  • Member, New Hampshire Executive Branch Ethics Committee, confirmed by Governor Maggie Hassan and the Executive Council
  • New Hampshire Federal Credit Union Personnel Committee
  • Law Day – a Lawyer and Judge in Every School
  • New Hampshire Bar Association Pro Bono program
  • New Hampshire Bar Association Federal Practice and Business Litigation Sections

Publications and Presentations

  • Coverage Constraints: Understanding the Quirks of the “Your Work” Exclusion in Construction CGL Policies, New Hampshire Bar News (2018)
  • Drones: a Crash Course, Criterium Engineers 60th Anniversary National Conference (2017)
  • Determining the Accrual Date of a Wrongful Discharge Action, New Hampshire Bar News (2016)
  • Mechanic's Liens, a Practical Guide to Understanding Construction Law and Litigation in New Hampshire, MCLE New England (2016)
  • House of Windsor: IRS Guidance Descends on Qualified Retirement Plans and Same Sex Marriage, New Hampshire Business Review (2015)
  • Compromising the Best Interests of New Hampshire's Children: The Failure to Fund Guardians ad Litem for Children Living in Poverty, New Hampshire Bar Journal (Summer 2012)