Gregory Hyden is an attorney at Nason Yeager. Mr. Hyden practices as a litigation attorney, working primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, governmental and administrative litigation and family law. Prior to joining the firm, his diverse experience included litigating family law matters and criminal law.
A firm believer in stewardship, Mr. Hyden supports many charitable organizations including the Palm Beach County Guardian Ad Litem Program where he serves as a pro bono Guardian Ad Litem, St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in Boca Raton and is a member of the Civil Service Board for the City of Boca Raton.
Mr. Hyden has published the law review article “Welcome to the Episcopal Church, Now Please Leave: An Analysis of the Supreme Court Approved Methods of Settling Church Property Disputes in the Context of the Episcopal Church and How Courts Erroneously Ignore the Role of the Anglican Community”. 44 Williamette L. Rev. 541. Said article has been cited in the Appellant-Petitioner’s brief in Huber v. Jackson to the Court of Appeal of California from the Superior Court of Los Angeles as well as other law review journal articles.
Areas of Practice
- Florida, 2007
- Florida State University College of Law, J.D. 2007, Book Award in Education Law
- University of South Florida, B.A. in Political Science and minor in International Studies, cum laude, 2004
- The Florida Bar, Young Lawyers Division
- St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church
- Guardian ad litem, 15th Judicial Circuit
- City of Boca Raton, Civil Service Board