Gregg Brochin > Davis+Gilbert LLP > New York, United States > Lawyer Profile

Davis+Gilbert LLP
1675 BROADWAY
NEW YORK, NY 10019
United States
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Work Department

Labor + Employment

Position

Partner

Career

Gregg Brochin counsels companies and private individuals in all areas of employment law. His clients include businesses of all sizes in the advertising and communications, financial services, and hospitality industries, as well as other sectors.

Gregg guides clients in minimizing their risk exposure in employment scenarios that involve anything from allegations of discrimination and harassment to wage and hour claims, leave requests, hiring and termination situations, and audits. He crafts tailored workplace policies and handbooks, advises on best practices, and drafts and negotiates employment contracts, restrictive covenants and separation agreements. Gregg’s experience also includes representing employers in federal and state courts and before state and federal agencies, including the Department of Labor and the EEOC.

Clients value Gregg’s swift triaging of their problems, rapid turnaround on questions, and incisive counsel and skill in avoiding worst-case scenarios. Gregg gets to the heart of the issue, assesses risk, reduces anxiety and proposes solutions so clients can determine the best course of action in their individual circumstances. Advising on employment issues for well over 100 clients each year, Gregg has pretty much seen it all over the course of his career. As a result, issues that may be new to another lawyer are rarely new to Gregg. Often, he already has a form or an agreement ready to adapt to the situation. Not only does that save time, it also cuts costs.

Regarded as highly knowledgeable, practical and cost-effective, Gregg is also an engaging, witty and informative presenter. Often clients call on him to lead anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training and other workshops for employees, human resources professionals and managers.

Education

New York University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2001; Cornell University, B.S., 1998