Greg D Ross
Gregory is a Government, Commercial and governance lawyer who works at the interface of Government and society. He is an Accredited Specialist in Government and Administrative Law providing legal advice mainly in NSW but also to clients operating internationally, particularly probity and commercial / government interface issues. He also heads the firm’s Intellectual Property practice.
His ethos is value for money and cutting to the chase on issues.
He is a partner of Eakin McCaffery Cox (EMC), a medium sized commercially oriented practice, providing comprehensive legal advice and services to major Australian and international public and private companies and to a range of Public, Government and Semi-Government authorities. These include restaurant chains, educational and professional bodies, developers and insurers.
Gregory leads firm’s the government and intellectual property sections.
In July 2014 Gregory Ross was elected to the NSW Council of the NSW branch of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS).
Specialties: Understanding of operations of State and Federal Government in Australia, particularly procurement and funding contexts. Advising on copyright, trademark and other intellectual property issues as well as goverance and probity aspects of public sector and company operations.
Gregory was the NSW Law Society’s Head Assessor for Government and Administrative Law Specialist Accreditation 2015/2016.
In 2016 Gregory was appointed to the College of Law NSW’s Advisory Board for its LLM Applied Law course in Government and Public Sector Law and to be a Subject Matter Expert working with College Staff to write the Foundations Of Government Law component of LLM Applied Law course in Government and Public Sector Law course being launched in 2017.
Gregory is a member of the Australian Institute of Management (NSW) and a Qualified Member of the Australian Association of Procurement and Contract Management.