For more than thirty-five years, Greg’s practice has focused on intellectual property matters including transactional matters before the US. Patent and Trademark Office, international patent and trademark offices, and US Customs; litigation in numerous US state, federal, and appellate courts, before the ITC, and internationally in Europe and the Far East. Greg has also had an active transactional practice advising and participating in negotiation, drafting, and due diligence activities in a wide range of business transactions including manufacturing, asset purchase, joint venture, business formation, employment, and consulting agreements. The subject matter of the litigation and transactional practice included electronics, electro-mechanical systems, and computer and mechanical technologies. Greg has also been active in the electronic discovery and records management area being an active member of the Sedona Conference. Greg has become increasingly active in mediation and arbitration as an advocate representing numerous clients in such proceedings and as a neutral serving as sole arbitrator, panel member and panel chair, and more recently as a mediator in a wide variety of litigated matters ranging from personal injury, to commercial disputes, to complex intellectual property disputes. Greg also assists and counsels clients in evaluating dispute resolution options and developing optimal dispute resolution and settlement strategies. Greg enjoys cycling, skiing, and reading books about history and philosophy.