Gregory J. Bezz, Shareholder



Greg Bezz represents businesses and business owners in legal matters involving tax law, business law, and commercial law. Greg advises corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and other business entities on incorporating and organizing business enterprises; forming joint ventures; purchasing and/or selling businesses; merging businesses; dividing businesses to resolve disputes among owners or management; protecting trade secrets and other intellectual properties; establishing employee stock ownership plans, profit sharing plans and deferred compensation plans; negotiating equipment leasing transactions, real estate leasing transactions, bank financing transactions, and/or leveraged ESOP financing transactions; and commercial matters under the Uniform Commercial Code.

Greg advises professional service firms, such as physician practices, on admission of owners; retirement of owners; employment agreements; buy-sell agreements; partnership agreements; LLC operating agreements; dividing a practice among disputing owners; practice succession planning; federal anti-kickback statute; federal False Claims Act; and self-referral prohibitions under Stark I and Stark II.

Greg advises business owners on personal tax planning and estate planning matters, including business succession planning; probate matters; and trust administration.

Before practicing law, Greg had several years of experience and training as an accountant which provides Greg with a unique viewpoint when advising clients on legal matters involving financial or accounting issues.

Admitted to Practice

Connecticut, 1980

U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut, 1999


Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, B.S., cum laude, 1977

University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 1980


Professional Activities

American Bar Association, Tax Law, Business Law, Health Law, and Intellectual Property Law Sections

Connecticut Bar Association, Tax Law, Business Law, Commercial & Bankruptcy Law Sections