Greg practices in the areas of business and real estate. Greg is focused on bringing value to his clients and helping them achieve their goals. To assure his clients’ objectives are never compromised and to avoid any past, present or future conflicts of interest, Greg does not undertake the representation of banks (and other institutional lenders), insurance companies and governmental bodies.
Greg’s real estate practice includes the acquisition, due diligence, financing, development, use, management, leasing and disposition of all types of real estate. The real property involved in these activities includes unimproved land, land and buildings for re-positioning and re-development, office buildings, warehouses, industrial buildings, local and regional retail shopping centers and multiple and single family residential developments. In the fall out of the great recession, Greg actively represented distressed borrowers to work out their loans with their lenders and represented court-appointed receivers to facilitate the securing, managing and disposition of the assets. In addition, Greg has facilitated clients in raising capital for their real estate and business needs through syndications and private placements.
A portion of Greg’s practice is devoted to the representation of real estate developers in fulfillment of their business and development needs. This development practice includes representing clients before various state, county and local governmental bodies for the development, planning, zoning and use of real property.
In his business practice, he counsels clients in business entity formation, financing, corporate/business governance, contracts and other general business concerns. This business practice includes the acquisition, sale and financing of business assets and ownership interests.
Prior to joining Carson Fischer, Greg served as in-house counsel for a privately held company that developed and operated franchised hotels throughout the midwest.