Gregory K. Moroux attended the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1973 where he earned his B.A. He went on to Louisiana State University Law Center in Baton Rouge in 1979 where he earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence. Greg was appointed an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the criminal division of the Western District of Louisiana and currently serves as a Special Assistant to the Attorney General of the State of Louisiana.
Greg joined the Onebane Law Firm in 1999 and practices primarily in the areas of labor and employment, oil and gas, and general litigation. He began his legal career in mortgages, collections, and Regulation Z cases. While an Assistant U.S. Attorney, he focused on narcotics prosecutions. He also handled cases which included civil rights, bank fraud, mail fraud, gun and explosives violations, narcotics, federal intimidation, extortion, counterfeit, bank robbery, import/export violations, and Medicare fraud. Upon leaving the United States Department of Justice, he entered private practice focusing on insurance defense, including premises liability, automobiles, insurance issues, and commercial liability. He also represents governmental entities in civil service matters, fire and police civil service, police misconduct, civil rights, expropriation, and eminent domain, land use, and insurance issues in public liability.
Greg enjoys traveling and reading biographies and about current events. He enjoys a busy social life with his wife, Lynn Moroux.