Gregory Boulos is a member of the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Health Care Litigation Practice in Greenberg Traurig’s Miami office. He has litigated hundreds of multimillion-dollar product liability and mass tort cases, primarily representing medical device and chemical manufacturers in state and federal court. He also has experience counseling a variety of global, national, and regional clients in commercial litigation matters, as well as real estate, intellectual property, and medical malpractice.
Gregory also has considerable experience representing suppliers, manufacturers, and retailers in asbestos and talcum litigation. Notably, Gregory was the lead attorney defending two global companies in hundreds of asbestos and talcum cases pending in Miami-Dade County and the Southern District of Florida for several years prior to joining Greenberg Traurig. He has also litigated asbestos cases in a variety of jurisdictions throughout Florida.
He has experience leading teams of attorneys and paralegals throughout all phases of litigation, including the development of defense strategies, appearing at mediation, conducting all aspects of fact and expert discovery, and coordinating with joint defendants in complex mass tort cases. Also, Gregory has provided trial support in the following cases that were ultimately tried to a verdict:
- Couturier v. C. R. Bard, Inc., et al., No. 2:2019-cv-12497 (E.D. La.)
- Moure-Cabrera v. Johnson and Johnson, et al., No. 19-000727-CA-42 (Miami-Dade County, FL)°
- Hernandez v. Banner Supply Co., No. 18-027002-CA-42 (Miami-Dade County, FL)°
- Taylor v. Georgia-Pacific, LLC, No. 14-022141-CA-42 (Miami-Dade County, FL)°
- Aubin v. Union Carbide Corp., No. 12-025654-CA-42 (Miami-Dade County, FL)°
- Hantak v. ABB, Inc., No. 12-15235-CA-42 (Miami-Dade County, FL)°
- Torres II – Font v. Union Carbide Corp., No. 10-41578 (Miami-Dade County, FL)°
- Torres III– Font v. Union Carbide Corp., No. 10-41578 (Miami-Dade County, FL)°
°The above representations were handled by Mr. Boulos prior to his joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
Gregory is also devoted to advancing diversity and serving the community. He serves as a Co-Miami City Lead, Advocate, and Mentor for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) and is an advocate for children and adults with development disabilities, including autism.