Samuel D. Gregory Jo ...

Samuel D. Gregory Joins Butler Snow’s Commercial Litigation Group

October 25, 2022 | by Butler Snow

Butler Snow LLP is pleased to announce that Samuel D. Gregory has joined the firm’s Ridgeland office. Gregory will practice with the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice group.

“We are confident in the knowledge and value Sam will bring to our Commercial Litigation practice,” said Christopher R. Maddux, chair of Butler Snow. “His experience and proven track record will be a great asset to our clients.”

Gregory brings experience in a broad range of construction law, business litigation and appellate matters, advising clients on front-end issues including contract negotiations, licensing requirements and litigating and arbitrating construction defect and payment disputes. He has also regularly handled business litigation matters, including cases involving trusts and fiduciaries, landlord-tenant law, eminent domain, antitrust, financial services and more.

Gregory is involved in a number of organizations, including the American, Mississippi and Capital Area Bar Associations, as well as the Forum on Construction Law, the Mississippi Chapter of Associated Builders & Contractors, Charles Clark American Inn of Court and the Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association. He has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America® as “One to Watch” since 2021 and named a Rising Star by Mid-South Super Lawyers® since 2016. Gregory graduated summa cum laude with his undergraduate and Juris Doctor degrees and received his Master of Business Administration degree from Mississippi College.

Butler Snow’s Commercial Litigation practice group possesses experience across a breadth of commercial disputes, including business and shareholder disputes, real estate and oil and gas litigation, insurance claims and coverage, director and officer liability and failed financial institution litigation, breach of contract, breach of warranty, consumer protection, unfair competition, UCC and sales litigation, administrative bid protests, RICO, securities and bankruptcy cases and related class actions. Led by some of the firm’s most experienced trial lawyers, who have gained regional and national reputations for successfully handling complex commercial litigation, the well-seasoned group is prepared to handle negotiations, settlements and alternative dispute resolution to reach the best client outcomes.

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