Arthur (A.J.) Greif

Arthur (A.J.) Greif is a New Jersey native, who summered in Wayne, Maine from age 10 on. A.J. is a graduate of the College of William and Mary (1973)and the University Of Pittsburgh Law School (1977). After practicing in Pittsburgh and Denver, he moved to Maine permanently in 1987, where he practiced with firms in Lewiston and Bangor before joining the firm in 1997.

He is a member of the John Waldo Ballou American Inn Of Court, the Maine Employment Lawyers Association, and the Maine Trial Lawyers Association. A.J. maintains an active civil and criminal trial practice throughout Maine, with special emphasis on all types of personal injury cases, employment discrimination claims, and civil rights litigation. His success with juries is well known by lawyers throughout Maine; he has achieved nine jury verdicts greater than $100,000.00 and one which exceeded $1,000,000.00.

A.J. has run nine marathons including twice at Boston, but his real passion is bicycling. He regularly rides fifty miles or more on his bike. He looks forward to weekend getaways on the coast and his annual bicycling trek to a European mountain range with his wife, Donna.


Maine Law Blog

2014 to mark Gilbert & Greif, P.A.'s 30th anniversary

In 1984, Peggy Gilbert hung out her shingle, and commenced the private practice of law in a small office on Harlow Street in Bangor.  While women were beginning to come to the bar in ever increasing numbers, not many undertook to start and run their own practice.

Spring is Annual Report Filing season here at Gilbert & Greif!

Every year at this time we remind our many corporate clients that the June 1st filing deadline is fast approaching and their Corporate Clerk, Charlie Gilbert, needs to know of any changes in the corporate structure