ERISA Litigation, Labor and Employment Litigation, Class Action Employment Claims, Workplace Safety & Health, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Construction,
Hospitals and Health Systems, Industrial Manufacturing, Insurance, Energy.
Greg represents private and public employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, and he has more than 30 years of experience in sophisticated labor, employment and benefits litigation issues, including class action matters. Greg has been lead counsel in a number of ERISA class action cases asserting liability of hundreds of millions of dollars. These matters have involved both pension plan issues and retiree health insurance issues. He has represented employers in many other ERISA disputes, including allegations of breach of fiduciary duty, plan design issues, issues unique to cash balance plans, claims for benefits, MPPAA withdrawal liability issues, and other benefit issues unique to employers with unionized work forces.
American Bar Association, American Employment Law Council.
Contributor to "Employment Discrimination Law" (5th Edition) and "How Arbitration Works" (6th Edition).
Emory University School of Law (1989); Miami University (1986).