Law Offices of Gregory S. Smith
"Client-Centered Legal Representation"
Downtown DC Office:  1200 19th Street, N.W., 3rd Floor, Washington, D.C.  20036
Capitol Hill Office:  913 East Capitol Street, S.E., Washington, D.C.  20003
; Phone: 202.460.3381; Fax: 877.809.9113

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Greg Smith:  "Client-Centered Legal Representation"

"We cannot ensure success,
 but we can deserve it."
(John Adams to Abigail Adams, February 18, 1776)

Greg's 2011 court wins include the D.C. Circuit's decision to revive WaMu bondholder claims against JPMorgan Chase,$file/10-5245-1315055.pdf, the D.C. Circuit's reversal of a client's conviction (the client had been represented by another lawyer at trial)$file/09-3140-1312542.pdf and a temporary restraining order issued by the U.S. District Court in D.C. that barred a college from carrying out its attempted discipline of a student client.  John Doe v. George Washington University, Case No. 11-cv-696.  A National Law Journal article (December 2009) referencing a federal judge's praise of Greg's "tenacious defense" in another case is here:

Greg Smith attended 
Gerry Spence's "Trial Lawyers College" in 1997

Greg Smith is an experienced trial lawyer with a track record of success in litigation settings.  Successful matters he has handled include:

--Lead counsel in winning oral argument and on briefs before the U.S. Supreme Court in United States v. Granderson, 511 U.S. 39 (1994)

--Co-counsel of record for a former Chief Financial Officer of a Fortune 100 company facing a SEC investigation involving alleged "channel stuffing" overseas (no charges filed)

--Co-counsel of record in the retrial of a $44 million jury award involving allegations of accounting negligence by one of the nation's largest accounting firms

--Lead counsel on behalf of three claimants who received awards far above the stated guidelines (over $5 million) from the  9/11 Victims' Compensation Fund

--Lead counsel in a variety of successful appeals, trials and motions, mostly in federal court (list of citations available upon request)

--Successful representation of individuals in internal corporate investigations, including advice to foreign employees of international companies facing scrutiny under the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Note:  Past results do not necessarily predict future outcomes,
as each case must stand on its own merits.

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