Gregory Krock chairs the firm’s Oil & Gas Litigation Practice Group. His practice encompasses a diverse range of commercial matters, with an emphasis on complex energy and technology litigation.
He represents public and private corporations, energy-related companies, banks and financial institutions, technology companies, governmental entities and trade associations.
Greg concentrates on energy-related matters, including oil/gas, electric utilities, coal, coke and petroleum products. He also litigates disputes involving unfair competition, covenants not to compete and trade secrets. In addition, Greg has represented corporate clients embroiled in financial, contract, shareholder and many other types of disputes.
Clients seeking a relentless, creative and proactive problem solver to assist in developing and pursuing their business objectives often turn to Greg. He develops an in-depth understanding of his client’s business, identifies potential strategies to advance their objectives, and communicates in a timely and direct manner.
In light of his energy-related experience, Greg has been asked repeatedly to speak and comment on oil and gas developments in the Appalachian region. He also periodically speaks at seminars involving restrictive covenants and the protection of trade secrets.
Greg was selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2018 in Commercial Litigation
Having started ice skating at age five, Greg played hockey through high school and college, continues to skate in an adult league, and coaches his son’s amateur teams. In fact, he has installed a synthetic ice rink in his backyard for year-round skating. One of his neighbors initially joked that the rink looks like a small helicopter pad!
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