Greg’s practice as a barrister, based in Brisbane, includes construction, infrastructure and general commercial disputes. He is briefed in litigation, mediation and arbitrations.
He has experience in infrastructure disputes, including in relation to pipelines, marine dredging, harbour terminals/ loading facilities, bridges and power stations.
He is often briefed in relation to disputes concerning concrete structures ranging from distribution centres to high-rise apartment blocks. Greg is experienced in disputes about residential development, geotechnical matters, and in negligence claims against engineers and other industry professionals.
Greg also has extensive experience in issues arising under the Queensland Building and Construction Commission Act 1991, such as licensing, disciplinary proceedings against builders, and statutory insurance for dwellings. He has often been briefed in administrative proceedings and in appeals arising in such matters. He has both prosecuted and defended private certifiers in proceedings under the Building Act 1975.
More broadly, Greg has acted in proceedings concerning property development, joint ventures, agency, leasing, franchising, contractual disputes, fires and floods.
Greg was featured in Doyle’s Guide 2016 as one of the leading junior counsel in construction matters in Queensland. He is the Queensland editor of the Building Dispute Practitioners’ Society (BDPS) News, and a founding committee member for the Queensland chapter of BDPS.