GREGORY M. SINGER is an associate at Lauro Law Firm. A native of Florida, Mr. Singer received his undergraduate education at the University of Florida, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a major in Finance. Mr. Singer earned his law degree from the University of Minnesota, which he attended on a full academic scholarship. While in Law School, Mr. Singer served as a managing editor of the Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology and interned as a content associate at the nation’s largest legal information and research company, Thomson Reuters. Upon returning to Florida, Mr. Singer sat for the Florida Bar Examination, where he scored in the 99th percentile state-wide, including the highest score in the area comprising Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal.
Greg writes about emerging issues in the law at his blog GMSinger.com
Read his most recent articles:
- Arresting Bickering Students to Prove a Point? Too Far, Says Ninth Circuit.
- Refuse to Testify and Become an Accessory to Murder? Maybe in California.
- Florida Police May Stand Their Ground.
As an associate at Lauro Law Firm, Greg Singer focuses his practice on white collar criminal and complex litigation. Greg researches uncommon legal issues, drafts pleadings and motions, and coordinates with interested parties to allow for the efficient conduct of discovery and other issues. In addition, Greg engages in significant trial preparation work, including witness interviews, factual research, memorandum drafting, and document review. Greg places a substantial emphasis of his practice on a rapidly developing area of the law: the discovery of electronically stored information (“ESI”) in the context of criminal prosecutions. In this role, he seeks to facilitate the disclosure, management, and ultimate review of large volumes of information, data, and files that are crucial to understanding and effectively defending criminal cases in the 21st century.
United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida