Greg Hurchalla

Associate

The Widener Building
One South Penn Square, Ste. 410
Philadelphia, PA 19107
T: 215.972.5200
F: 215.972.0405
Email: ghurchalla@rjm-law.com


Greg Hurchalla began his career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office.   In 2001, he became a Deputy Attorney General in the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office. While with the Attorney General’s Office, Greg worked in the Environmental Crimes Section where he handled complex litigation prosecuting both individual and corporate offenders.  In 2003, Greg returned to the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office serving as the Deputy District Attorney in charge of the Economic Crime, Public Integrity and Elder Exploitation Units. While with the District Attorney’s Office, he also served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney with the United Sates Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia.   In 2009, Greg went on to become an Assistant United States Attorney in Savannah, Georgia.

Throughout his career as a state and federal prosecutor, Greg prosecuted a wide range of high profile cases including complex environmental and white-collar cases as well as numerous homicide cases.   Several high profile cases have garnered national attention, including cases featured on America’s Most Wanted.  He has received Delaware County Victim Rights awards from two separate organizations.   Greg has also served on his township’s Zoning Board and has taught a variety of legal and litigation related topics at the graduate and/or undergraduate level at Neumann University, Widener University as well as to law enforcement personnel.

Since leaving public service in 2010, Greg has focused his practice on various maters including environmental/ mass torts as well as insurance defense including motor vehicle and premises liability cases.  He also has represented individuals in connection with a range of criminal and white- collar cases in federal and state courts. He has also represented individuals and small businesses in a variety of types of civil litigation. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Delaware County Bar Association.