Gregory L. Taylor earned his B.A. degree from the University of Michigan in 1989, receiving class honors. In addition, he earned four varsity “M” letters while serving as a student manager for the Men’s Basketball team, winning back-to-back Big Ten championships and the 1989 NCAA Championship. Greg then enrolled at the University of Louisville to continue his study of history. Greg earned a Master’s Degree from UofL in 1991, received the Graduate Dean’s Citation and was admitted to the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. Continuing his education further still, Greg then attended the University of Kentucky College of Law. At UK, Greg served as the Research Editor for the Kentucky Law Journal before graduating in 1994.
After law school, Greg clerked for the Hon. Boyce F. Martin, Jr., on the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit before gaining invaluable experience litigating a broad range of matters at two large regional law firms. For the past several years, Greg’s practice concentrated on commercial litigation, the resolution of business disputes and representing creditors ranging from individuals and small businesses to national banks and Fortune 500 companies. He also gained considerable experience with consumer financial services and collection matters.
Greg is licensed to practice in both Kentucky and Indiana, and admitted before all state and federal courts in each jurisdiction. Since joining Eddins Domine, Greg’s practice focuses on Business Litigation, Consumer Law, Creditors’ Rights and Employment Disputes. Greg is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, the Kentucky Bar Association and the Louisville Bar Association. He and his wife live in Middletown.