Gregory D. Hull

Greg Hull attended Santa Clara University and received a BA, summa cum laude, in 1970; he graduated from the University of San Francisco School of Law, where he was a member of the Law Review and the McAuliffe Honor Society in 1973. He has practiced law continuously since 1973, has tried dozens of cases to verdict and has broad, civil litigation and trial experience in both state and federal courts. His trial experience and ability have been recognized by national and international invitation-only advocates organizations such as ABOTA (The American Board of Trial Advocates) and ISOB (The International Society
of Barristers).

In 2005, Greg accepted an invitation to join Weil, Gotshal and Manges (Weil), an international law firm headquartered in New York, as senior counsel in the complex commercial litigation department of its Silicon Valley office. At Weil, he dedicated his practice to matters that derived from the commerce of the Valley, including claims concerning misappropriation of trade secrets, theft of confidential information, licensing disputes, UCL and UPA claims, and other kinds of contract and intellectual property claims. He represented Valley and national heavyweights such as eBay, NetApp, Apple, Global Foundries, Lehman Brothers, United Health Care and Airborne among many others. He retired from Weil (and “big Law”) on 12/31/13 and joined his friend and colleague, Steve Ellenberg in this new partnership on February 1st, 2014. Greg serves as a mediator and holds a certificate from Pepperdine University’s acclaimed “mediation of the litigated case” program. In addition, he has served as a judge pro tem in the superior court and has presided over civil jury trials and small claims appeals in that capacity. He regularly provides advice and counsel to practicing lawyers outside of the firm on courts, mediators, arbitrators, law and advocates. He enjoys a AV rating from Martindale and Hubbell.