Greg McHugh is counsel to the firm and specializes in complex commercial litigation, including commercial property coverage disputes, business interruption claims and subrogation matters. Prior to joining the firm, Greg was a Deputy Attorney General within the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General. In this position, Greg provided both counseling and representation to the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance on a host of insurance regulatory matters. He has led investigations into a wide variety of insurance fraud matters and prosecuted numerous state court and administrative actions against the offenders. Additionally, Greg provided counseling and representation on a broad scope of banking, consumer finance and securities matters. In addition to his counseling and trial court work, Greg is experienced in all areas of appellate practice, having successfully argued before New Jersey's Appellate Division on numerous occasions. His experience and commitment to his clients was recognized when he was selected by the National Association of Attorneys General as a United States Supreme Court Fellow.
Before beginning his legal career, Greg completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Connecticut, where he was named as a New England Scholar. From there, he attended the Quinnipiac University School of Law where he served on the Law Review and had a note published by the Editorial Board.
Quinnipiac University School of Law, J.D. / M.B.A., 2007, magna cum laude
University of Connecticut, B.A., 2003
New Jersey, 2007
New York, 2008
United States Supreme Court, 2013
United States District Court, District of New Jersey, 2007