Greg Harold Greubel represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, ranging from proactive counseling to litigation. Greg has represented employers in federal court, state court and administrative agency proceedings in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. His experience includes advising clients in a variety of employment-related contexts and defending clients in litigation with claims arising under:
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- The Americans with Disabilities Act
- The Family and Medical Leave Act
- The National Labor Relations Act
- The New Jersey Law Against Discrimination
- The Pennsylvania Human Relations Act
- The Age Discrimination in Employment Act
- 42 U.S.C. § 1983
Before joining Littler, he was a summer associate in the employee and labor relations group of a large Philadelphia-based corporation. He worked with in-house attorneys to analyze and address the company’s employment and labor related issues.
In law school, Greg served as a legal intern with the Philadelphia Unemployment Project, representing clients appealing denials of unemployment compensation. He also interned in the employment division of Community Legal Services of Philadelphia, advocating for low-income employees on various employment issues.
Before pursuing his law degree, Greg was involved in labor and employment law as a legislative intern in the Labor Office of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. He also worked as an investigative assistant with the Waterloo Commission on Human Rights in Waterloo, Iowa, investigating claims of housing, employment and public accommodation discrimination.