Greg Langsdale represents clients in complex commercial litigation and arbitration concerning a broad range of issues, including contract disputes, business torts, theft of trade secrets, commodities litigation, dealer terminations and antitrust claims. He also provides counseling regarding supplier-distributor relationships, beer franchise laws and alcoholic beverage control regulations. Greg was named a "Rising Star" in Washington, D.C., by Super Lawyers magazine (2015).
Greg is dedicated to providing counsel pro bono and has successfully represented clients in immigration court, DC Superior Court and before the DC Office of Police Complaints. He led teams that won asylum in 2008 for a client who fled religious persecution in Benin and in 2012 for a client who survived war crimes inflicted during the Liberian Civil War.
A graduate of Wake Forest University, cum laude, Greg earned his J.D., with honors, from the George Washington University Law School, where he served as Notes Editor on The George Washington Law Review. During law school, Greg taught Legal Research and Writing to first-year law students, attended the GW-Oxford International Human Rights Law Program, and worked as a law clerk for several sections of the United States Department of Justice, including the Aviation and Admiralty Litigation Section, Domestic Security Section and Environmental Enforcement Section.
Following law school, Greg served as a clerk for the Honorable James F. McClure, Jr., United States District Judge for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. He is admitted in Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Gregory W. Langsdale