Gregory E. Louis

Gregory Louis specializes in business, nonprofit, and municipal corporate law, as well as contracts.  At three community lawyering offices, he also supervised department staff, litigated cases, and performed transactional work in connection with representing tenant and shareholder associations, low-income housing cooperatives, community coalitions, and community-based organizations. This civil legal services work involved advising on nonprofit governance and compliance and on land use, including community benefits agreements as well as affirmative litigation before federal courts under the Fair Housing Act and Administrative Procedures Act, state courts under the Business Corporation Law, and housing court under Article 7-A of the RPAPL and Section 110 of the New York City Civil Court Act. Professor Louis also was a business and finance associate at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP representing public and private entities in asset and stock purchases, corporate restructurings, and securities compliance, and a Morgan Lewis Public Interest Fellow representing and advising a nonprofit group on corporate restructuring and tax matters.