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Greg S. Hearing

Associate

(303) 200-6898
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Denver
555 Seventeenth St.
Suite 3400
Denver, CO 80202


Cheyenne
1603 Capitol Ave #205C
Cheyenne, WY 82001


Education

University of Colorado, J.D.

  • Recipient of the Austin W. Scott Jr. Award for Excellence in Oral Advocacy

University of Denver, B.A. magna cum laude

  • Double Major in Political Science and Public Policy

  • University Honors Program

  • Outstanding Senior in Public Policy

  • Outstanding Senior in Political Science

Honors

SuperLawyers® Rising Star distinction in the fields of Business Litigation, Professional Liability: Defense, and Personal Injury - Products: Defense (2017-2019, Law & Politics)

Greg Hearing is a litigator in the Denver office of Gordon & Rees. His practice focuses on the representation of businesses and individuals in civil litigation.  He regularly handles matters concerning complex commercial claims, professional liability disputes, and product liability claims.  Additionally, he represents insurers in coverage and first party bad faith actions.  Mr. Hearing has experience working with a large variety of clients ranging from individual professionals and small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. This includes significant experience in the representation of energy and utility companies in complex commercial and personal injury matters. 
 
Mr. Hearing assists his clients in achieving favorable results through a practice that covers all aspects of litigation. This includes the development of litigation strategies intended to strengthen his clients’ position through discovery and motions practice.  He routinely appears in both state and federal court in Colorado and Wyoming where he has litigated multiple matters to judgment.  
 
Mr. Hearing writes in the area of products liability, tort liability, and the attorney-client privilege. He is currently serving as an editor for the ABA Corporate Counsel Practice Points blog. He joined Gordon & Rees after graduating from the University of Colorado Law School. While in law school, he worked for approximately two years as a law clerk for a Fortune 500 energy company and was recognized as the top oral advocate in his class.
 

Admissions

Colorado
Wyoming
U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
U.S. District Court, District of Wyoming
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals