Marco Q. Rossi

Gregory J. Morrow

Greg is a well-respected c-suite executive and highly accomplished legal advocate with extensive career experience across a multitude of global industry sectors including cutting edge technology, defense/aerospace, finance, entertainment, consumer products, life sciences and many others.  

As a time tested CEO and CLO, Greg intuitively understands what it takes to efficiently accomplish the defined business goals of his clients. He is highly respected by his peers as a strategic business leader and trusted legal advisor who routinely works side by side with founders, investors, company executives and others.  Greg is often asked to fill C-level roles, especially with businesses in need of immediate strategic guidance and operational support. 

Greg has held a variety of leadership roles, both in the public as well as the private sector.  He served the United States with distinction as Officer-in-Charge of the Federal Reserve Bank, Senior Trial Attorney for the Interstate Commerce Commission, Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Central District of California and Deputy Director with the Department of Homeland Security.  As a business leader, Greg owned and operated a fully integrated global consumer products company into the largest importer in the Port of Los Angeles, California.  Greg has also functioned as CEO for a variety of technology-centric companies, including digital content providers as well as peer-to-peer lending and payment systems. Most recently, Greg held the role of Principal Partner with Squire Patton Boggs, a top ten leading law and political consulting consortium with headquarters in Washington, D.C. and offices in strategic centers worldwide. 

Greg has also led major mergers and acquisitions across the globe, with enhanced focus on the UK, France, Belgium, Thailand, Costa Rica, Brazil and elsewhere. In addition, Greg’s hands-on approach has resulted in highly successful joint ventures in China, Vietnam and India. 

Greg is also an accomplished trial lawyer, successfully representing his valued clients in high risk business to business litigation matters.  He is qualified to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Supreme Court of California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and every federal District Court throughout the United States.  Based on his prior experience as a federal prosecutor, Greg has represented clients in both civil as well as criminal matters and has extensive experience defending regulatory enforcement litigation before all agencies of government. 

Greg regularly provides his expertise on behalf of several organizations addressing important business and civic issues. He participated as a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of Corporate Counsel, founding member of the RAND Corporation Institute for Civil Justice, member of the Board of Directors for the Atlantic Legal Foundation, and member of the National Association of Corporate Directors. Mr. Morrow is also a standing Delegate to the United Nations and World Health Organization’s Codex Alimentarius, establishing production, formulation and quality assurance standards worldwide and an instructor with the University of Florida Food Science and Human Nutrition Department.

A prolific writer, Greg authored a leading U.S. Supreme Court Petition for Writ of Certiorari, advancing exclusive ownership rights to control mission critical intellectual property for leading technology focused businesses. He has also published “The Perils of Third Party Certification” (University of Florida), “Export & Restriction Controls” (Association of Corporate Counsel), “Copyright Registrations and Recordation” (United States Copyright Office) and “Budgeting Tools for the New Attorney Manager” (Association of Corporate Counsel). Additionally, the United States House of Representatives relied upon Greg’s testimony to successfully repeal one of the most significant obstacles to international trade: the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act, otherwise known as the “Byrd Amendment.”