Business as usual is no longer the way to treat our economy... It is not getting our human-made climate crisis solved.
As a Principal at Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, Philip L. Gregory specializes in complex business and environmental litigation, including financial fraud, intellectual property, partnership and shareholder disputes, antitrust, unfair competition and health care fraud. In this position he draws from his vast array of experiences, including being the Articles Editor for the Santa Clara Law Review and the first chair of the State Bar’s Trade Secrets Subcommittee. In addition to this he has written articles for and lectured before county bar associations, law school classes and colleges on a wide variety of subjects, including e-commerce, source code escrows and legal ethics.
Gregory has served on the boards of a number of civic and services organizations in the Bay Area, including serving on the board of Samaritan House of San Mateo County, and as former Chairman of the Board of EHC Lifebuilders.