Gregory W. Piecuch represents clients in all aspects of real property law, including planning and zoning matters, land use litigation, title litigation, real estate transactions, condominium and common interest community issues, boundary and easement disputes, mechanic’s liens, and foreclosures. Greg also maintains a commercial law practice, representing businesses and individuals in matters relating to business formation, contract law, corporate litigation, securities law and intellectual property issues. He is admitted to practice in both the state and federal courts of Connecticut.
Greg received his Bachelor of Arts in Government from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where he was a Charles A. Dana Scholar and was named to Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Prior to entering law school, he lived in Boston, Massachusetts, where he worked in the investment banking industry and earned his Series 7 license. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2002. While in law school, Greg served on the Editorial Board of the Connecticut Law Review.
Greg resides in Simsbury, the town in which he was raised and educated. An active community volunteer, Greg currently holds office as an elected member of the Simsbury Zoning Board of Appeals and as a Justice of the Peace. He previously was Vice Chairman of the Simsbury Performing Arts Center Board and an elected member of the Simsbury Planning Commission. An Eagle Scout, Greg also volunteers his time with Simsbury’s Boy Scout Troop 174 and is a member of the Simsbury Chamber of Commerce, the Simsbury Land Trust and Community Farm of Simsbury.