Drawing upon his knowledge of employment and health care law and his experience as a counselor, advocate, and business owner, Greg helps health care and other businesses resolve workforce challenges.
Greg’s approach: When possible, keep it simple. Greg understands that complicated legal documents cannot always be avoided, especially in heavily regulated industries. However, he also understands that personnel policies, counseling documents, and written agreements with employees do not always require heavy doses of “legalese” to be effective and hold up in court.
Greg enjoys helping employers navigate the complex maze of ever-changing laws that impact their workforce. He has a depth of experience with laws relating to discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblowing, reasonable accommodation, leave rights, compensation, reductions in force, substance abuse, non-compete agreements, severance agreements, employee health, and other matters that arise in connection with employment or independent contractor relationships. When it comes to concerns about job performance, Greg builds off that experience to help businesses address their concerns with the goal of either salvaging the relationship or structuring a defensible separation.
As a business owner, Greg has personally been involved with hiring, training, evaluating, counseling, and terminating employees. Whether he is providing day-to-day counsel, training management teams, negotiating contracts, resolving disputes, or preparing documents, Greg focuses on the practical as well as the legal in an effort to address challenges without disrupting business operations and profitability.
Greg also enjoys teaching. He trains leadership teams, managers, and supervisors; presents at seminars that provide attorneys and human resources professionals with professional education credits; and mentors attorneys within the Firm.