Gregg’s practice reflects his considerable expertise in both business management and law. From 1981-2001 he worked in the technology sector with roles spanning from successful startup entrepreneur to management roles of increasing responsibility in Fortune 500 companies. From 1997-2001 he participated in the early turnaround of Apple, Inc. following the return of Steve Jobs to the company. Since 2002 Gregg has counseled business clients on many aspects of running their businesses, with an emphasis on practical solutions for both growth initiatives and risk mitigation. Today he assists clients with the formation, operation, sale/purchase and winding down of business entities, in addition to handling a wide range of every day transactions in business and real estate. Gregg also specializes in technology and unfair competition matters including trademark, trade dress, and marketing related issues. He also advises members of family-owned businesses on succession planning techniques using a combination of business structuring and estate planning tools. His rare combination of real world business experience and legal skills make him uniquely qualified in his service to the business community, business owners, and the legal profession.
M.B.A., University of Kansas, 1996
J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, 1981
B.S., University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, 1977
Kansas Bar Association
The Missouri Bar
Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association