(541) 383-5857

Gregory P. Lynch


Phone (541) 383-5857 | Email glynch@lynchconger.com
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Greg Lynch is a seasoned trial lawyer and senior partner of Lynch Conger, LLP.  He is admitted to practice before all Oregon courts, the United States District Court for the District of Oregon, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Greg’s practice focuses primarily on business and commercial litigation matters. Greg is particularly known for his negotiation skills, and he often settles cases before they go to trial, thereby saving his clients that expense.  When a case does go to trial, Greg’s reputation as an accomplished trial lawyer precedes him.  As a skilled negotiator, he is in demand as a mediator and arbitrator, and serves as a judge pro tempore in state court.  He represents the eastern Oregon Catholic Diocese of Baker and he prepared and filed the amicus brief for the Physicians for Compassionate Care in the U.S. Supreme Court assisted-suicide case of Gonzales v. Oregon.  He also represents clients in drafting and negotiating contracts, as well as other business law matters.

Representative Experience:

  • Health Law – Extensive experience representing individual practitioners with employment contracts, fair hearings, and Oregon Medical Board issues.
  • Professional Malpractice Defense
  • Employment Law – Representing clients in wrongful termination, discrimination, non-compete clauses
  • Civil Litigation – Representing both plaintiffs and defendants in disputes involving real estate, water law, boundary disputes, and other issues
  • Business Litigation – Business disputes/disagreements, member and shareholder disputes, evaluating/avoiding risks, complex commercial disputes

Professional Activities

  • Circuit Judge Pro Tempore for 20 years
  • Oregon State Bar, member
  • Oregon Association of Defense Attorneys, member
  • Oregon Association of Hospital Attorneys, member
  • National Association of Health Care Attorneys, member
  • National Association of Diocesan Attorneys, member
  • Central Oregon Bar Association (vice president 1988, president 1989), member
  • Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference, Lawyer representative (2000-2003)
  • Former Chair of the Oregon State Bar Animal Law Section
  • Former Executive Committee member, Campaign for Equal Justice, 1994 to 2004

Civic Activities

  • Board Member, Humane Society of Ochocos, 2005-2016
  • President of the Board, Humane Society of Ochocos, 2010-2016
  • Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center, Portland, Oregon, Board of trustees, former member (1984-1987)
  • Crook County Planning Commission, former member (1997-1999)
  • Greg was a hospice volunteer for many years