Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, P.C.



Attorney Details

Gregory A. Ostendorf

Practice Concentration

Mr. Ostendorf practices primarily in the areas of business and commercial law, with an emphasis on business financing, transactions, bankruptcy, and reorganization.


Gregory A. Ostendorf has experience in a wide range of business and financial transactions and the bankruptcy practice area. Mr. Ostendorf joined the Scopelitis firm in December 2004, after spending eight years as General Counsel and an executive officer of Braun Consulting, Inc., a publicly-traded IT and business consulting firm headquartered in Chicago. Prior to joining Braun Consulting in 1996, he was a partner in the Houston law firm of Cage Hill & Niehaus, L.L.P.


  • Transportation Brief: Spotlight on Cargo Claim & Freight Charge Practice — Managing the Expected & Unexpected in the COVID-19 Era
    When COVID-19 struck, shippers, brokers, and carriers had to stay focused on the immediate challenges of the pandemic. However, as we settle into the current “new normal”, cargo claims are back on everyone’s radar. Read more about expecting the unexpected to minimize your exposure to cargo claims, customer bankruptcies, and other collection issues.
  • Transportation Brief: Bankruptcy Filings on the Rise
    The Firm’s transportation bankruptcy practice group has noticed an uptick in bankruptcies impacting transportation service providers. Read more about how careful planning and awareness of the issues can be the best way to minimize exposure when your customers or trade partners file for bankruptcy.
  • Law Alert: Sears Files for Bankruptcy
    Read more on the Sears Holding Corporation and almost 50 related companies, including both Kmart and Innovel Solutions (collectively “Sears”), having filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases in the Southern District of New York Bankruptcy court.