Gregg practices primarily in the areas of employment litigation and employee benefits law, representing employers in a variety of labor and employment matters. Gregg joined Constangy after graduating top of his class at the University of Nebraska College of Law. While attending UNL Law, Gregg served as an executive editor for the Nebraska Law Review and received CALI (book) awards in sixteen of his classes, including employment law, employee benefits law, employment discrimination law, and labor law.

Honors & Recognitions

  • Philip G. Johnson Scholarship, Great Plains Federal Tax Institute, Inc. (2017)
  • Sidney M. Perlstadt Memorial Award, American College of Employee Benefits Counsel (2018)
  • Professor Richard Harnsberger Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement, University of Nebraska College of Law (2018)
  • Guy Cleveland Chambers Gold Medallion, University of Nebraska College of Law (2018)

About Me

Gregg grew up in Auburn, Nebraska. In his spare time, Gregg enjoys kayaking, snorkeling, playing piano, taking road trips, and woodworking. He also recently obtained his open water scuba certification and is making the most of living near the gulf coast. Finally, Gregg is an ardent follower of the official Nebraska state religion of Huskers football.

News & Analysis

Client Presentations & Firm Publications

Speaking Engagements & Industry Publications

  • Speaker at the HR Florida Conference on “Data Security, ERISA, and the Plight of the Benefits Professional,” August 2019
  • “Procedural Data Security,” Journal of Internet Law, 2019
  • "Breaches within Breaches: The Crossroads of ERISA Fiduciary Responsibilities and Data Security," University of Miami Law Review, 2019
  • "The SEC’s Data Dilemma," Nebraska Law Review, 2017
  • “If you’re not doing things right yourself, it’s unrealistic to think you can hold other people to a standard.”
    Scott Frost


University of Nebraska College of Law

    • J.D., with Highest Distinction, 2018
    • Order of the Coif
    • Completed concentrated study programs in employment law and business transactions
    • Executive Editor, Nebraska Law Review
    • CALI (Book) Awards in sixteen classes

Peru State College

  • B.A.S., summa cum laude, 2015

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Florida, 2018
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