Greg practices law in the Indianapolis office of Reminger Co., LPA, where he maintains a diverse practice that includes civil defense litigation, commercial transportation defense litigation, automobile liability defense, and premises liability defense. Greg also maintains a practice in complex commercial real estate transactions, including purchase, sale and financing of commercial and multi-family housing projects. Greg also represents commercial clients, both tenant and landlord, in the preparation and negotiation of commercial lease agreements. Greg combines experience and hard work to serve his individual client’s needs and expectations throughout the entirety of the litigation or transaction.
Greg graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law, where he was an editor of the Valparaiso Law Review and a Trial Advocacy Team Member. Prior to obtaining his law degree, Greg obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Depauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. While at Depauw University, Greg played varsity football for four years and was named team captain his senior year. Greg was born in Indianapolis and is an alumni of Cathedral High School.
Community & Professional
Indiana State Bar Association
Indianapolis Bar Association
-Real Estate Section
The Penrod Society
- Nov 5, 2020, Defense VerdictHamilton County Superior Court
Plaintiff was employed as a House Manager for Michael Browning and his family (Owner of Browning Investments). Plaintiff claims she was entitled to four weeks of severance pay after she was terminated pursuant to her employment agreement. Defense denied that she was entitled to severance because she was fired for poor job performance, which precluded her entitlement to the severance under the contract. Judge ruled in favor of Defendants and Plaintiff took nothing by way of her Complaint.
- Cooper’s Hawk Indianapolis, LLC d/b/a Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant (Appellant-Defendant) v. Katherine Ray (Appellee – Plaintiff) CT. of Appeals No. 20A-CT-127Jun 29, 2020, Reversal of Summary Judgment DenialCourt of Appeals of Indiana
Plaintiff was a patron at Cooper’s Hawk Restaurant. She slipped and fell while exiting the women’s restroom. Compound fracture of her ankle. The issue on appeal was whether or not the trial court errored in denying Cooper’s Hawk’s motion for summary judgment that Cooper’s Hawk had no actual or constructive knowledge of any dangerous condition that Plaintiff alleged caused her fall and that Plaintiff failed to identify the proximate cause of her injuries. Appellate Court reversed the trial court denial finding that the designated evidence did not show that Cooper’s Hawk had actual or constructive knowledge of any dangerous condition on the floor that could have caused the Plaintiff’s fall.
- Press Release, Sep 11, 2018
B.A., Depauw University, 2007
- State of Indiana, 2011
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana, 2011
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, 2011
State of Illinois, 2012