Greg is of counsel to the firm. He is a highly experienced lawyer specializing in a variety of complex commercial litigation and SEC enforcement and compliance matters. Before he entered private practice, Greg served four years as Special Counsel to the Office of Disclosure Policy at the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C. As a member of the Commission’s Corporate Governance Project, he co-authored the Staff Report on Corporate Accountability (Committee Print, U.S. Senate 1980).
After he entered private practice, Greg headed the securities law practice of a prominent Philadelphia law firm. There, Greg handled various securities matters including Securities Exchange Act reporting by companies and insiders and compliance counseling for investment advisers. Greg also defended corporate officers and directors in securities litigation and SEC investigations.
After his experience heading the securities law practice, Greg became in house counsel for a large banking institution. As Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, he managed an active docket of over 300 cases covering a broad range of claims, including class actions and SEC and NASD claims. In 2004, he returned to private practice, focusing on various business disputes, including civil RICO and business torts. He also counsels employers on various matters, including protecting their confidential information and employment counseling.
Greg is a frequent guest speaker and lecturer on a variety of corporate, securities, and litigation topics.
B.A. University of Florida (Political Science)
J.D. Antioch College, School of Law
M.A. State University of New York (Communications)
Admitted to U.S Appellate Courts
Publications and Presentations:
- Gregory H. Mathews, Hon. Mark I. Bernstein, Hon. Arnold L. New, Hon. Albert W. Sheppard, Jr., Linda R. Singer, “Philadelphia Commerce Case Management Program: Judge Pro Tempore Training Session,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, Pa., April 20, 2009
- Gregory H. Mathews and Hon. Howland Abramson, “Ten Questions for the Honorable Howland Abramson,” The Philadelphia Lawyer (Spring 2007)
- Gregory H. Mathews, Mitchell Bach, Hon. Howland Abramson, Hon. Albert Sheppard and others, “Recent Developments in the Commerce Case Program,” Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia, Pa, June 13, 2006
- Gregory H. Mathews, Professor Harold Abramson and Hon. Howland Abramson, “Mediation and other ADR Advocacy in Philadelphia’s Commerce Case Program,” Bench-Bar Conference, Philadelphia Bar Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey, October 1, 2005
- Gregory H. Mathews, “Apologies Can Make All the Difference in Dispute Resolution,” Legal Intelligencer June 1, 2005, p. A 6
- Gregory H. Mathews, Kenneth B. Winer, Samuel J. Winer and Gregory R. Bruch, “SEC Enforcement Investigation: What You Need to Know,” 21 ACC Docket (November/December 2003) 96-113
- Panelist with Richard Rowe, Ken Winer and Broc Romanek, “SEC Update: Financial Disclosure and Enforcement Developments,” American Corporate Counsel Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 2002
- Panelist with John Olson, Ernest Ten Eyck, Robert Herdman and others, “Welcome to the Audit Committee: Recent Legal and Regulatory Developments,” American Corporate Counsel Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 2001 and American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, August 2001
- Panelist with Stan Keller, Richard Starr and others, “Regulation FD and Other Recent SEC Disclosure Developments,” American Corporate Counsel Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 2000 and American Bar Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, July 2000
- Gregory H. Mathews and Steven A. Reed, “Broadening Corporate Discretion Through Constituency Statutes: A Pennsylvania Case Study” 17 ACCA Docket (March/April 1999) 36-54
Direct Line: (215) 525-5856
- University of Florida
- State University of New York
- Antioch College, School of Law
- Served four years in SEC as Special Counsel, Office of Disclosure Policy