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GregSeador

Partner

"The most meaningful part of my work is utilizing my understanding of complicated legal issues to create a compelling, powerful story for the client."

Overview

Biography

Greg is a highly experienced trial attorney with more than two decades of complex litigation and trial experience. He manages all aspects of complex commercial trial cases, with an emphasis on construction law.

Specifically, Greg represents utilities, merchant energy owners, and power plant developers in engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract disputes as well as reviews, drafts, and negotiates architect, construction, design-build, construction management, government, and international contracts and subcontracts. He has also represented clients in multimillion-dollar arbitrations, mediations, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).

Greg has a keen eye for detail, a passion for discovering how things work, and a strong curiosity, which help him master the complex and diverse industries of construction and power and energy construction. He quickly determines how his clients’ complex projects are proceeding and should proceed and rectifies any gaps in the processes with inventive solutions.

Bar Associations

  • American Bar Association, Litigation, Dispute Resolution, and Construction Sections, Member
Experience

Representative Experience

  • Successfully represented a power plant owner in litigation involving the construction of four hydro turbine power plants on the Ohio River.
  • Defended the owner against claims of over $7 million made by an electrical contractor on a hydro project and asserted claims on behalf of the owner against the electrical contractor due to nonconforming work and delays. A favorable settlement of all claims was achieved resulting in the dismissal of the lawsuit.
  • Successfully represented an owner of geothermal power plants in a dispute in which the owner pursued delay and performance liquidated damages claims totaling approximately $2.85 million against the turbine manufacturer.
  • Served as lead counsel in affirmative and defensive civil litigation related to internal revenue laws in federal district courts across the country.
  • Negotiated non-prosecution agreements for several Swiss banks.
  • Spearheaded obtaining an injunction against an enrolled agent accused of promoting a tax shelter that generated $515 million in bogus tax deductions.
  • Successfully obtained injunctions against Georgia tax return preparers and their businesses, whose fraudulent conduct caused $108 million in harm to the government.

Prior Experience

  • Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram, Vice President, Senior Trial Lawyer
  • US Department of Justice, Senior Trial Attorney
  • Latham & Watkins, Senior Associate
  • Howrey LLP, Associate

Selected Honors

  • Syracuse University College of Law, Order of the Coif, 2001
Knowledge

Selected Media

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We're Growing in DC!

We’re excited to announce Barclay Damon’s combination with Washington DC–based Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram. SLS’s 10 lawyers, three paralegals, and four administrative staff will join Barclay Damon while maintaining their current office in DC’s central business district. Our clients will benefit from SLS’s corporate, real estate, finance, and construction litigation experience and national energy-industry profile, and their clients from our full range of services.

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