Gregg C. Sindici handles the full range of issues that arise out of the employer-employee relationship, including:

  • Terminations
  • Discipline
  • Layoffs
  • Discrimination
  • Workplace torts

Gregg has been counsel of record in a number of precedent-setting, published cases, including a case that defined the statute of limitations for section 1981 discrimination claims, a case that defined the scope of federal preemption of state wrongful discharge claims, a case that established the standard of proof for summary judgment in a discrimination case, a case involving emotional distress damages not recoverable for misrepresentations in the hiring process, and a case that determined managers are not individually liable on public policy claims.

Additionally, Gregg has tried cases to verdict involving:

  • False imprisonment
  • Race, age, disability, pregnancy, and national origin discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Defamation and slander
  • Fraud and breach of contract
  • ERISA section 510
  • Violation of public policy
  • Labor Code section 97
  • Wrongful termination
  • Promissory estoppels


Named, Top Lawyer


San Diego Magazine


Named, Nation's Leading Trial Attorneys

Employment Law

National Law Journal

Awarded, AV® Peer Review Rating



  • J.D., University of California, Hastings College of the Law, 1973
  • A.B., University of California, Berkeley, 1967

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