Gregory N. Longworth
Gregory Longworth assists clients in complex commercial disputes, employment matters, intellectual property issues, and real estate litigation.
Greg successfully defends employers in discrimination, personal injury, and wage-and-hour cases, obtaining dismissals or favorable settlements. He has experience defending class actions involving the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and wage-and-hour laws. Much of his trial-level work involves breach-of-contract, UCC, and business-tort claims where his creative strategies have secured favorable outcome for our clients, including a million dollar judgment in a case involving complex claims and defenses. In addition, Greg has handled many cases in appellate courts, including the Second, Third, Sixth, Seventh, and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Following law school, Greg was a law clerk for Chief Judge Robert Holmes Bell, United States District Judge for the Western District of Michigan. As a result, he understands how judges think. Able to assess the merits of a case, Greg provides clear-eyed advice to his clients about the best legal strategy in the case, whether that involves developing a winning strategy or achieving a positive settlement.
Grand Rapids Bar Association
State Bar of Michigan
Federal Bar Association (Western District of Michigan)