WHETHER YOU WERE INJURED IN CANADA OR THE US, OUR FIRM CAN REPRESENT YOU.

Greg Samuels

Firm Founder

Location: 

 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Phone: 
800-222-6332 (Toll Free)
604-742-4242 (Vancouver Office)
206-858-9990 (Seattle Office)
866-417-7058
Fax: 
604-742-4243 (Vancouver Office)
206-858-9991 (Seattle Office)
Email: 

The founder of Cross Border Law, Mr. Samuels has made a name for himself by taking on challenging cases rejected by other firms. He loves going to court and enjoys the spectacle of court room action. He appreciates the opportunity to relate his clients’ story to the jury.

“I believe in what I do, and I believe in my clients.” -Greg Samuels

A great example of Greg’s sincere approach and expertise in connecting with jurors in a compelling way is “the Hat Case.” The Vancouver Province newspaper covered this story and ran the headline “Dead Man’s Hat Nets $101,000” Read more about this case in our Results section.

Mr. Samuels completed his legal training at American University in Washington, D.C. and at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Having opened his own law firm in 1995, assisting Canadians and Americans in cross border civil disputes, he understands the unique interplay of the laws of Canada and the U.S., and has established a specific skill set integral to Choice of Law considerations for his clients. As a British Columbia and Washington State Lawyer, he stays current on litigation trends and hones his trial skills through Continuing Legal Education, as a student, as well as lecturing on the nuances of cross border civil cases.

In 2004, Mr. Samuels achieved a record jury verdict against an ICBC insured-$12.4 million. In 2011, he expanded the application of Washington’s Insurance Fair Conduct Act with a $1.2 million settlement on an insurance bad faith issue arising from a cross border underinsurance (UMP) claim.

Mr. Samuels is a past chairman and director of the Jewish Family Service Agency, a social service organization devoted to poverty relief, elder care management, employment assistance, immigration and resettlement, and counseling for youth at risk. He has coached football for both of his sons, one of whom is now playing QB for the McGill Redmen. Greg is now combining his parenting and coaching skills with his love of mountain biking to launch a nonprofit bike club for kids, to teach bike and life skills and encourage increasing levels of responsibility and accountability to kids who need it.

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • British Columbia
  • Washington
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Washington
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Washington
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit

EDUCATION

  • American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, District of Columbia Juris Doctor
  • University of British Columbia, Faculty of Law, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Attended three post-graduate semesters for certification in Canadian Law
  • Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana B.A., Bachelor of Arts
    Major: English
  • Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel Junior Year Abroad
  • PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS Law Society of British Columbia
    Washington State Bar Association

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OUR VANCOUVER OFFICE

Our Vancouver office is located just five minutes from downtown, near Granville Island.

Vancouver Office

Suite 204-1730 West 2nd Ave
Vancouver, BC V6J 1H6
Toll Free: 800-222-6332
Phone: 604-742-4242
Fax: 604-742-4243
Vancouver Law Office Map

OUR SEATTLE OFFICE

The Seattle office is located just 10 minutes from downtown, in the Magnolia Neighborhood.

Seattle Office

3214 W. McGraw Street
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98199
Phone: 206-858-9990
Fax: 206-858-9991
Vancouver Law Office Map

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