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Gregory J. Spaun Appointed as General Counsel to the Queens and Bronx Building Association

By: WBG, LLP Published: June 2021
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Gregory J. Spaun has been appointed as General Counsel for the Queens and Bronx Building Association (QBBA). Mr. Spaun has been an active member of QBBA for nearly ten years, has been a guest speaker, and was installed on the Board of Directors in 2020. As General Counsel, Mr. Spaun is able to further support the organization and its constituents by providing legal insights to the organization and its members, and advising its Board as to how it can best assist its members within the bounds of the law. This latest appointment adds to WB&G’s resume and reputation for advocating for their clients’ interests through active involvement in their trade associations.

The QBBA is a trade organization comprised of over 300 construction-related member companies, and is a constituent member of the New York State Builders Association. The QBBA is the only local association devoted entirely to protecting the interests of all involved in the greater Queens and Bronx (and New York City) building community. The organization focuses on changing the way the city works with with builders and contractors and the effects that trickle down to many related industries. At over 50 years strong, QBBA has proven effective in this role.

Gregory J. Spaun is a Partner at Welby, Brady & Greenblatt, LLP, practicing construction and commercial litigation, and real estate and property litigation. Greg has a rich history of serving his community and the interests of professional constituents. For years, he served in his local volunteer emergency medical services, and is a Director at Large for the Dutchess County chapter of Habitat for Humanity. This recent appointment as General Counsel to the QBBA demonstrates Greg’s development of mutually beneficial success through the reciprocal relationships among personal, professional and community interests.

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