J.D., University of Kentucky, College of Law, 1994
B.A., Economics, Bellarmine University, cum laude, 1991
- State of West Virginia, 1994
- Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1997
From a very young age, my parents instilled into me the values of honesty and hard work. I apply these principles in serving my clients and enjoy assisting them toward proactive and preventative solutions in their workplace and operations.
Greg practices with Reminger as Of Counsel, focusing on labor and employment matters, contract disputes, licensing and regulatory issues, real estate and zoning matters, and risk management and insurance issues.
Prior to joining Reminger, Greg served as in-house counsel for two companies and also operated a successful private practice. He worked as Operations Counsel for Atria Senior Living Group, Inc. and for Res-Care, Inc., both national companies with operations in more than 28 states. In this capacity, he handled a variety of legal matters but focused heavily on labor and employment issues.
He has experience before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and before state and local EEO administrative agencies. He also created and implemented corporate Human Resource Policies and Procedures and training programs for Res-Care and Atria.
Honors & Recognitions
Recognized as a Super Lawyer by Kentucky Super Lawyers Magazine
Professional Memberships & Community Affiliations
Kentucky Bar Association
Louisville Bar Association
American Bar Association
West Virginia State Bar Association
Kanawha County Bar Association
Saint Thomas More Catholic Lawyers Society
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Volunteer for Jefferson County Public Schools C.A.R.E. Program
Member of Leadership Louisville, Louisville Chamber of Commerce, Focus Louisville Program
Volunteer for Champions for Children with Jefferson County Public School
Member of Board of Directors of Germantown Baseball, Inc.
2002-2004, Commissioner on American Bar Association Commission on Mental and Physical Disabilities Law
Junior Achievement Volunteer
- Press Release, April 8, 2011
- West Virginia Effectively Abrogates the Open and Obvious Danger DoctrineAIG Spring Issue – Legal Insights, April 11, 2014