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Gregory E. Good

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Native Tucsonan Gregory E. Good achieved a Bachelors of Arts in Communications and a minor in Marketing from the University of Arizona and graduated fourth in his law school class with Highest Honors at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. In law school, he was an author and editor on the law review, clerked for the City and County of San Francisco Land Use litigation division, clerked for Chubb Insurance, and spent his last semester at Boalt Hall Law School in Berkeley as a visiting student. Mr. Good received the American Jurisprudence Award for the highest grade in real property studies and the Good Earth Award for Environmental and Real Property Studies. He immediately went to work at the largest firm in California at the time, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro in the Environmental Law Group.

Today, Mr. Good enjoys the honor of being recognized as one of Arizona’s Finest Lawyers. See the link: http://www.azfinestlawyers.org/

Mr. Good has been married for twenty-eight years with three sons. He returned to Arizona to practice with another large law firm, O’Connor Cavanagh, Anderson, Westover, Killingsworth & Beshears, in the Tucson office and later became a partner at Karp, Heurlin & Weiss in Tucson. Mr. Good opened his own practice in January, 1998 and on the very first day traveled to Hong Kong to help a client with some business contracts. Good Law P.C. conducts litigation in the areas of business and real estate in both the state and federal courts. From his first major jury verdict in SC & T v. Maxi Switch in 1997, which resulted in a $3,000,000.00 verdict against computer keyboard manufacturer, Mr. Good has handled hundreds of real estate and business matters, started numerous business, helped his clients with business and real estate transactions, and helped his clients with personal planning with and trusts.  Mr. Good helped to start and handled the constitutional litigation surrounding the new Arizona town of Casas Adobes, and still believes that Pima County needs to have a larger portion of its population living inside the boundaries of an incorporated municipalities, either through new cities and towns or annexation into existing ones, or suffer the continuing loss of its rightful share of state shared tax revenues.  For more than ten years, Mr. Good has served on the Board of Directors (including as Treasurer and Chairman) for the Pima Community College Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) that seeks to raise money for scholarships to help Tucsonans earn an education.   Mr. Good previously served for seven years on the Board of Directors of Greater Tucson Leadership, including as President.

Mr. Good’s philosophy is simple. If a client has a legitimate need for legal services, Mr. Good is honored and privileged to be the attorney. Mr. Good believes in the law, the development of the community, the integrity of the judiciary, the honor and professionalism of almost all attorneys, and believes that the American system of justice is the best system in the world.

Practice areas

  •     Business litigation
  •     Real estate litigation
  •     Trusts, Estates and Probate, including significant contested matters
  •     Trustee’s Sales
  •     State courts
  •     Federal courts
  •     Corporate and limitited liability company law

Admitted

  • State Bar of California, 1990
  • State Bar of Arizona, 1992
  • Numerous Federal Courts

Education

  • Golden Gate University, J.D., with Highest Honors
  • University of Arizona, B.A., 1982

Associations & memberships

  • State Bar of Arizona
  • State Bar of California
  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Federal District Courts in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Texas and Ohio
  • Pima County Bar Association

Biographical details

  • Recipient: American Jurisprudence Award for Real Property Studies
  • Good Earth Award for Excellence in Environmental and Real Property Studies
  • Associate Notes and Comments Editor, Golden Gate Law Review, 1989-1990
  • Author, Note, Administrative Adjudication of Riparian Water Rights in California After Imperial Irrigation District vs. State Water Resources Control Board, 19 Golden Gate Law Rev. 379, 1989
  • Associate, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, San Francisco, California
  • Associate, O’Connor, Cavanagh
  • Chair, Treasurer, Board of Directors, Pima Community College Foundation
  • President, Member, Board of Directors, Greater Tucson Leadership
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, Pretrial Litigation, University of Arizona College of Law, 1995-1997
  • Honored as one of Arizona’s Finest Lawyers by a senior panel of Arizona attorneys through a peer nomination process

Gregory E. Good serves clients in Tucson, Arizona, and around the State of Arizona, including Maricopa County and Cochise County, California, as well as the various federal courts around the United States.