Greg started working in creditors’ rights during the implosion of the U.S. housing market bubble from 2008-10. During this period, he worked as an attorney for the largest mortgage foreclosure law firm in the State of Illinois. While there, Greg handled a high volume of judicial mortgage foreclosures and evictions on behalf of national banks, mortgage servicers, and credit unions. Over 15 years later, he continues to work in mortgage foreclosure, collections, bankruptcy, and evictions.
Greg’s clients want a timely resolution of defaulted mortgages and loans, as well as, a resolution of non-performing assets in a timely fashion, while minimizing client’s costs and exposure to liability. Clients look to Greg to eliminate ambiguity and tie up any loose ends, so he takes the time and effort necessary to learn processes and complete assignments with great attention to detail. Greg also strives to mentor junior associates and attorneys to share what he has learned.
In his free time, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, being his son’s soccer coach, volunteering for peer support at the Illinois Lawyers' Assistance Program, and being a board member for the Illinois Creditors Bar Association.
Honors & Distinctions
CALI Excellence Award for the highest grade in Commercial Law – Secured Transactions (Chicago-Kent College of Law)
United States District Court – Northern District of Illinois, 2008
J.D., Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2002
B.A., cum laude, Political Science, Loyola University of Chicago, 1999
Illinois Creditors Bar Association: Board Member