Greg Blase advises clients on the development of integrated solutions for risk mitigation in industries that have consumer-facing business operations. He counsels companies to identify regulatory and litigation risk and to advise in-house legal departments and management on best practices for responding to that risk. Greg’s clients include leading companies in the financial services, energy, media and telecommunications, manufacturing, and consumer products industries. Greg provides regulatory-compliance advice and policy and procedure review. He oversees audits and internal investigations and responds to government investigations. Greg defends complex litigation including class actions. He takes a holistic approach to addressing legal risk, recognizing the importance of bringing stakeholders together to solve problems collectively.
- “Mortgage Lending to Nontraditional Borrowers: The Opportunities and Compliance Points of Mortgage Lending to DACA Recipients, Recent Immigrants, and Limited-English Proficiency Borrowers,” The Banking Law Journal, April 2019
- “Massachusetts State Senators Seek to Enact Biometric Data Protection Law,” The National Law Review, 11 February 2019
- In Spokeo Remand, Ninth Circuit Adopts Hybrid Approach to Statutory-Standing Analysis, Washington Legal Foundation, Andrew C. Glass, Gregory N. Blase, Roger L. Smerage, and Hollee M. Watson, 20 October 2017
- A Closer Look At Midland Funding V. Johnson, Law360, by Phoebe S. Winder, Andrew C. Glass, Gregory N. Blase, and Sean R. Higgins, June 15, 2017
- The Credit Card Surcharge Fight Isn’t Over Yet, Law360, by Andrew C. Glass, Gregory N. Blase, Soyong Cho and Jeremy M. McLaughlin, April 14, 2017
- Federal Courts Follow Two Approaches Post-Spokeo When Analyzing Standing, Washington Legal Foundation, Legal Backgrounder, Vol. 32 No. 3, by Andrew C. Glass, Gregory N. Base, Ryan M. Tosi, Lindsay S. Bishop, and Roger L. Smerage, January 27, 2017
- The Truth About the New Fair Labor Standards Act Regulations: A View From the Trenches, Labor and Employment Lawnotes, (State Bar of Michigan), Winter 2005