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

Labor + Employment




Gregg Gilman, co-chair of the Labor + Employment Practice Group, advises businesses on all facets of labor and employment law. Representing businesses in the marketing and communications, hospitality, financial services, real estate and construction industries, among others, he solves immediate issues and establishes preventive measures to help minimize his clients’ future liability.

Gregg’s well-drafted employment and executive compensation agreements help businesses retain and incentivize key talent while protecting his clients’ confidential information and other business interests. He crafts policies and protocols to help clients avoid risk, particularly concerning wage and hour issues, reductions in force, and joint employer issues. He is also known for his cutting-edge, effective anti-harassment and workplace sensitivity training, as well as for developing and implementing diversity, equity and inclusion programs.

Regarded as a leading advisor in employment crises, Gregg is exceptionally skilled in helping clients preserve their brands and reputations. He guides businesses through high-level sensitive investigations, terminations, allegations of harassment, and raiding and employee lift out matters. When labor and employment disputes have turned contentious, Gregg has achieved impressive results in federal and state courts and through arbitration and mediation. Highly regarded for his deep knowledge, Gregg has also been retained as an expert witness in labor and employment arbitrations.

Clients praise Gregg’s creative, practical and strategic approach, negotiating skills, and ability to resolve complicated issues. With more than 30 years of experience across industries and employment situations, it would be difficult to find an employment or labor-related challenge he has not successfully handled.


University of Michigan, J.D., 1988; Cornell University, B.S., 1985