Greg Saetrum is an associate in the Litigation Practice of the Squire Patton Boggs Phoenix office. Greg focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, representing clients in federal and state courts at both the trial and appellate levels. Greg has experience litigating a variety of matters under state and federal law, including breach of contract, interference with contractual relations, fraud, misappropriation, fraudulent transfer, ERISA, CERCLA, and construction delay and defect disputes.

    Prior to joining the firm, Greg served as a legal extern for the Honorable Christopher C. Browning of the Arizona Superior Court, Pima County, Arizona. He also worked as a legal intern for CyraCom International, Inc.

    Greg currently serves on the Executive Committee for the Phoenix 20-30 Club, a philanthropic group dedicated to improving the lives of underprivileged children in the Phoenix area.

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    • Successfully asserting claims on behalf of a financial institution against defaulting borrowers and guarantors.
    • Securing complete dismissal of misappropriation and AUFTA claims arising out of an asset acquisition.
    • Representing large commercial real estate owner against contract and tort claims by previous tenants and guarantors.
    • Successfully obtaining complete dismissal of restrictive covenant claims arising out of a corporate spinoff.
    • Securing summary judgment in favor of a financial institution in litigation involving claims for fraud, negligent misrepresentations and breach of fiduciary duty.
    • Obtaining a defense verdict in a high-stakes action involving contract, CERCLA and Washington Model Toxics Control Act claims following a lengthy bench trial.

    Education

    • The University of Arizona, J.D., summa cum laude, Order of the Coif, Executive Note Editor, University of Arizona Law Review, 2013
    • University of Puget Sound, B.A., 2010

    Admissions

    • Arizona, 2013

    Courts

    • U.S. Ct. of App., Ninth Circuit, 2014
    • U.S. Dist. Ct., Dist. of Colorado, 2014
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