Mr. Karch practices in business transactions, formation and structuring, and governance, including mergers and acquisitions, business finance, and securities regulation.  He also practices in cybersecurity law and intellectual property law, with a focus on trademark law, trade secrets and IP licensing. 

Mr. Karch works with public and private corporations, closely held businesses, and start-up and emerging companies. He has developed a particular interest in recent emerging blockchain technology and smart contracts.  Greg also has experience with commercial leasing and licensing, including extensive experience in the tower leasing, licensing and the telecommunications industry.  Greg  has over 20 years of non-lawyer experience in business and law.

Mr. Karch completed an LLM in Business Transactions from the University of Alabama in August 2017.  Mr. Karch graduated cum laude from Florida A&M University School of Law, where he was a member of the Florida A&M Law Review.    

Prior to law school, Mr. Karch graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado State University in 1993 and earned a Master of Public Administration degree from Troy University in 1994 while serving in the United States Navy.

Mr. Karch has published several scholarly articles related to business transactions, exploring policy and legal issues related to digital currency, blockchain, smart contracts, due diligence, risk management and cost controls.   

Mr. Karch is a member of the Hillsborough County Bar Association, the Florida Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.   Originally from Colorado, Mr. Karch has lived in the Tampa area since 1999 with his wife, Patty.  Mr. Karch and Patty have two children, Camdyn and Colin.