Gregory (Greg) J. EnglishMEMBER

Greg works primarily in the area of commercial litigation, including corporate,  environmental, real estate and other commercial cases. His varied litigation experience includes over 50 jury and bench trials, plus numerous hearings on preliminary motions and injunctions, dispositive motions, and appeals in both state and federal courts. Greg also assists clients in investigating and responding to matters before administrative agencies and has taught Administrative Law for Clemson University’s Masters of Public Administration program.

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  • Big Case Litigation
  • Environmental and Sustainability
  • Governmental Representation
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Litigation
  • Outside General Counsel
  • Product Liability
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Shareholder Oppression
  • Plaintiff’s Business Litigation Practice
1992, J.D. Harvard Law School, magna cum laude; Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Editor, 1989-90, Articles Editor, 1990-91, Executive Editor, 1991-92
1989, B.A. Murray State University, summa cum laude

Greg’s recent experience includes:

  • Successfully trying a business opportunity case to a jury, resulting in a verdict for approximately $4 million actual and $5 million punitive damages
  • Successfully securing relief for minority shareholders in corporate dissolution cases, both through trials and pre-trial settlements, of multi-million dollar corporations and limited liability companies
  • Successfully trying a ten-day environmental torts case to a jury
  • Successfully trying a CERCLA cost-recovery case for a property owner against governmental entities
  • Securing contested environmental permits from the Administrative Law Court and administrative agencies
  • Successfully defending a nine-day business case before a jury
  • Both successfully securing and resisting (for different clients) preliminary and permanent injunctive relief in non-compete and trade secret cases
  • Securing summary judgment for a manufacturer in a trademark case
  • Successfully prosecuting, defending, and arguing appeals of cases in the South Carolina Supreme Court, the South Carolina Court of Appeals, and the U.S Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
1992–Present Wyche, P.A.

South Carolina Bar, 1992

  • South Carolina Bar, Environmental and Natural Resources Section
  • Greenville Chamber of Commerce, Environmental Issues Committee
  • Rotary International, Greenville Chapter
  • Leadership Greenville, Class 23
  • Greenville Christian Businessmen’s Committee
  • Greenville County Board of Health, 1997–2003; Chairman 1998
  • South Carolina Commission on Consumer Affairs, 1995–97
  • Doing Business in South Carolina Guide, co-author of Section VII: Environmental Law, updated August 2010
  • Visiting Lecturer on Administrative Law, Clemson University, 2004-07
  • Former Contributing Author, Environmental Law in South Carolina, 1999
  • Speaker, SC Bar – Environmental Law Seminar, USC, 1999
  • Author, “Superfund Reauthorization 1996,” South Carolina Environmental Law & Technology, 1996
  • Speaker, SC Environmental Law and Technology Conference, Greenville, SC, 1996
  • Speaker, National Business Institute-Real Estate & Environmental Law Seminar, 1995
  • Author, “Environmental Issues,” South Carolina Survey Issues: Recognition and Remediation 147, 1995
  • Author, “Child Abuse and the Fifth Amendment,” 13 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 1017, 1990
2018 Greenville Environmental Litigation “Lawyer of the Year”
2014 – Present Listed in Chambers USA
2012  – Present Recognized as “Legal Elite” by the Greenville Business Magazine
2011 – Present Listed in South Carolina Super Lawyers
2007 – Present Listed in Best Lawyers In America, Commercial Litigation