Greg is a partner with the law firm of Thornton Byron LLP, which is a leading regional tax firm. His practice includes advanced tax planning, estate planning, entity formation, reorganizations, acquisitions, like-kind exchanges, entity valuation, federal and state tax controversy matters, succession planning for closely held business entities, negotiating and structuring acquisitions and divestitures, analysis of entity valuation, and planning with limited liability entities including limited partnerships, LLCs, LLPs and LLLPs. He was admitted to the Idaho State Bar in 1995, the Oregon State Bar in 1998 and is a member of the American Bar Association Section of Business Law and Taxation. He published Valuation of Family Limited Partnership Interests in 32 Idaho Law Review 345 (1996) and Transferee Liability Under Section 6324: Defining the Extent of a Transferee’s Liability for Interest under 32 Idaho Law Review 383(1996). He received his LLM (Taxation) at University of Florida College of Law in 1995, his JD at University of Idaho College of Law in 1996 (summa cum laude) and his B.S. in Accounting at Boise State University in 1991.