As an associate in the New York office of Fox Rothschild, Gregg represents management in the full spectrum of labor and employment law matters. He regularly defends clients in federal and state courts in cases alleging discrimination, harassment and retaliation as well as other employment related actions including breach of contract and failure to pay wages.

Gregg regularly provides counsel to employers regarding their rights and obligations under their collective bargaining agreements, as well as under federal, state and local laws. He is well-versed in Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the New York State Human Rights Law and New York Labor Law. Gregg has represented employers in hearings before the New York State Department of Labor and has drafted position statements for submission to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights and the New York City Commission on Human Rights in opposition to allegations of employment discrimination.

Gregg also assists employers in drafting various employment-related agreements, including policies, handbooks, restrictive covenants and severance agreements. Additionally, he provides training on various workplace issues, including discrimination and harassment; hiring, firing, disciplining and evaluating employees; maintaining a drug free workplace; and wage and hour issues.

Before Fox Rothschild

Gregg previously worked in the labor and employment department of a national law firm where he represented employers in various labor and employment matters and related litigation.

Gregg is a former staff attorney and legal intern for the Arena Football League, where he handled labor and employment, intellectual property and corporate matters.

Honors & Awards

  • Selected to Super Lawyers’ New York Metro Rising Starts list (2015-2017). The Super Lawyers lists are issued by Thompson Reuters. A description of its selection methodology can be found at No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.