Greg was raised in rural southwestern Ontario. He completed a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree with a concentration in criminology at the University of Ottawa in 1992. He then attended law school at the University of Western Ontario, obtaining his Bachelor of Laws degree in 1996. He was called to the Ontario bar in 1998.
Prior to joining the personal injury and insurance team at Nesbitt Coulter in 2017, Greg practiced primarily in the area of civil litigation in London, Ontario. He has significant experience in personal injury matters, including motor vehicle and accident benefits claims, for both plaintiffs and insurers. He also advises on insurance coverage and related disputes. Greg has been an advocate for clients before all levels of court in Ontario. He has appeared before numerous tribunals, including the Human Rights Tribunal, the Financial Service Commission of Ontario and the Licence Appeals Tribunal.
Greg has regularly presented to various legal, insurance-related and other organizations on legal and advocacy issues. He has also educated students about pursuing a legal career. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Oxford Law Association and the Middlesex Law Association.
The local community has always been important to Greg. He has volunteered with numerous community groups, including minor sports organizations. He remains actively involved with minor hockey. Motorcycles are a passion, and Greg is an avid on and off-road motorcyclist.