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University of Connecticut
B.A., summa cum laude, 2007
Phi Beta Kappa
Boston College Law School
J.D., cum laude, 2010
District of Massachusetts
Boston Bar Association
Massachusetts Bar Association
Greg Bombard is an associate in the firm’s Litigation/ADR Department and works in its Boston office. His practice focuses on commercial litigation, including representing financial institutions in consumer finance actions. He has experience representing clients in all phases of litigation in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts, including drafting and arguing motions and taking depositions.
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Prior to joining the firm, Greg served as a law clerk to the Connecticut Superior Court and as an intern for the Honorable Scott Kafker of the Massachusetts Appeals Court. He also worked in the law department of the city of Newton and at a law firm in Springfield.
Co-Author: "Supreme Judicial Court Opinion Affects Pre-Foreclosure Lawsuits Based on the Federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act," Bulkley, Richardson and Gelinas, LLP: Finance, Banking & Bankruptcy Bulletin (January 2013).
Author: Massachusetts Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Captures More Defendants, More Conduct than Federal Counterpart ” Bulkley, Richardson and Gelinas, LLP: Finance, Banking & Bankruptcy Bulletin (October 2012).
Author: "Massachusetts Amends Nonjudicial Foreclosure Statute" Bulkley, Richardson and Gelinas, LLP: Finance, Banking & Bankruptcy Bulletin (August 2012).
Won motion to dismiss in federal court for bank client in a decision clarifying the Massachusetts law regarding foreclosure acceleration notices.
Won summary judgment for financial institution in post-foreclosure challenge to a foreclosure sale in New Hampshire.
Won summary judgment for bank client in commercial lawsuit resulting from a failed residential construction loan for a luxury home in Wellesley, Mass.
Won motion to dismiss bankruptcy adversary proceeding where consumer alleged violation of the automatic stay based on informational correspondence sent by mortgage servicer to consumer’s attorney.
Won summary judgment for bank client in bankruptcy adversary proceeding alleging TILA disclosure violations based on alleged miscalculation of FHA insurance premiums.
Won motion to dismiss consumer lawsuit challenging validity of mortgage assignments made by Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems.