Tenacious Healthcare and Commercial Litigator and Counselor
Greg is a zealous advocate who takes pride in helping clients navigate complex litigation challenges and get back to business. Greg started his career at a large, international law firm representing clients in healthcare, energy, products liability, employment, contract, and malpractice disputes. A gifted writer, Greg has already authored numerous winning motions in federal and state court, including a significant summary judgment brief dismissing a multi-million-dollar negligence suit against a transportation client. Greg has also conducted large-scale discovery projects, represented clients in numerous arbitrationproceedings, hearings, and depositions, and drafted an emergency injunctive motion in a high-profile dispute against a federal entity.
Transactional and Regulatory Experience
Greg likewise advocates for his clients in their transactional and regulatory matters. Greg has been on both the buyer and seller side of numerous transactions worth millions of dollars. Greg has represented providers in both HIPAA investigations and voluntary breach notifications. Greg regularly advises healthcare entities on the Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine, the Anti-Kickback Statute, federal and state healthcare licensing requirements, regulations involving the prescription and distribution of scheduled drugs, physician non-compete laws, and Medicaid/Medicare reimbursement. Greg has also filed several successful federal trademarks and represented clients in review proceedings against trademark examiners.
Greg attended Rice University, where he was President of the Rice Rugby Club, Secretary of Will Rice College, and co-taught his own course on the science of brewing beer. Greg graduated with a double major in History and Policy Studies with a concentration in Law and Justice.
Greg earned his J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law, where he was a member of the Mock Trial Team and represented the school in several national competitions. Greg also participated in intramural basketball and softball, was a member of the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity, and was awarded a Texas Law Fellowship to clerk for the Harris County Public Defender’s Office.
Bar Admissions, Memberships, and Pro Bono Work
Greg is actively licensed in Texas and is a member of the Hispanic Bar Association. Greg has participated in pro bono work through the Houston Bar Association and the Veterans Legal Initiative.
Greg lives in the Heights neighborhood of Houston with his wife, Amanda, who he met on his first day of orientation at Rice. He is the oldest of four siblings and the first in his family to earn a professional degree. Greg enjoys golfing, biking, cheering on his favorite teams, visiting Houston restaurants and craft breweries, and occasionally brewing his own beer and forcing his friends/co-workers to taste-test.