Greg is a partner with the firm. His practice focuses on civil litigation, including personal injury, complex insurance disputes, and employment law.
Greg grew up in the small town of St. Marys, Ontario, where he played competitive hockey, tennis, and soccer. He scored in the 97th percentile on his Law School Admittance Test and achieved the highest mark in a final year law school course. He articled at a large London firm and was called to the bar in 2009. He has practiced at Wallace Smith since 2014.
Greg represents clients at all levels of court in Ontario, including the Court of Appeal, but takes pride in his ability to resolve disputes without litigation, where possible.
At age 10, he won the “Happy Camper” award at a hockey camp. He continues to play rec-league hockey, tending the pipes utilizing a unique, hybrid-Marty Brodeur-esque style. The phrase “awkwardly effective” has been used to describe his golf swing. On the ping pong table, his backhand is lethal.
His true passion, however, is Crokinole, having been a regular participant at the World Crokinole Tournament in Tavistock, Ontario - probably his last legitimate chance at achieving his goal of World Champion (of something).
Greg doesn’t let his bee allergy stop him from enjoying the outdoors or traveling to foreign destinations with his wife and daughter. He has never had a sun tan.
Greg claims to be handy around the house, but that is disputed by those who have seen him in action.