Gregory is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group at Arthur Cox, with 58 lawyers, the largest group of its kind of any Irish corporate law firm. He also heads the firm’s Fraud and White Collar Crime Unit. Gregory was the head of the Arthur Cox Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group and was also a member of the Arthur Cox Management Committee.
Gregory has over 20 years of Arthur Cox experience in various litigious commercial matters from the High Court, Commercial High Court, Supreme Court, European Court of Justice, Tribunals and Investigations and Tax Appeals. He advises directors and officers of corporations on their duties and obligations relating to money laundering issues, legal mutual requests, search warrants, freezing orders and indictments and has considerable expertise in advising on investigations by foreign regulators such as the UK Serious Fraud Office, German Authorities, Italian Authorities, the US Department of Justice, the US Internal Revenue Service and the US Securities Exchange Commission.
A member of the Massachusetts Bar and the only Irish member of FraudNet, the international network of fraud litigation specialists founded by the International Chamber of Commerce, Gregory has advised on some of Ireland’s most high profile corporate crises and several of the most complex and notable international and cross-border fraud cases in recent years. His expertise is consistently recognised by Chambers Global, The Legal 500 and Who’s Who Legal.
A regular contributor to the national and international debate on fraud, he speaks at conferences in Ireland, Europe and the US.