Greg Bishop is an experienced attorney who has devoted the past three decades of his life to managing the legal, compliance, and HR functions for various national and international companies. He has extensive experience in complex litigation, M&A, general corporate matters, licensing, IPO preparation, and information security, as well as corporate and board governance. In 2019, Utah Business Magazine ranked Mr. Bishop as among the “Legal Elite” for in-house lawyers in the State of Utah.
In addition to his Juris Doctor, he has a BA in English Literature and an MBA from Brigham Young University. In addition to legal matters, Mr. Bishop is drawn to Human Resources management, primarily the art of recruiting, training, compensating, and retaining quality employees. He makes it a practice to only hire people for his team who are smarter than him, and enjoys building teams that get the job done and ensure success for the company.
Recently, Mr. Bishop spent ten years as the executive in charge of the legal, compliance, and HR functions of Control4 Corporation, a smart-home automation company that he helped take public in 2013. In addition to his successful professional career, he spent seven years working closely with the Coalition for the Homeless (the largest organization helping the homeless in Washington, DC) and has volunteered with Operation Underground Railroad (an international organization that rescues child sex-trafficking victims).
Greg and his wife have a passion for traveling, mountain biking, and physical fitness. They strive to share their passion with others, helping them improve their quality of life through their blog, “Not Your Parents Retirement.” Their goal is to empower people in their transition from a career-driven existence to a self-determined life.
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