Gregory C. Smith devotes his practice to commercial, intellectual property, internet law, consumer and health care fraud, and administrative law litigation. His commercial litigation experience includes complex commercial and real estate transactions, environmental disputes, consumer protection and fraud matters, and franchise and construction law cases. His internet experience includes litigation of cybersquatting, adwords, metatag, advertising and gripe sites. His intellectual property experience includes patent, trademark, and copyright cases as well as trade dress and trade secret litigation, and is supported by his undergraduate engineering degree.
Greg has substantial experience with qui tam litigation under the federal False Claims Act and has filed numerous civil actions under the Act alleging fraud by medical providers against the Medicaid/Medicare programs. He has prosecuted qui tam cases on behalf of the State of Colorado as a special assistant Attorney General. He also has extensive experience in state administrative law proceedings.
Prior to joining us, Greg was Deputy Attorney General and Chief of the Enforcement Section for the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gregory C. Smith