Gregg is one of country’s leading media and First Amendment lawyers. He has argued and won numerous high-profile cases on behalf of newspapers, television stations, movie producers, and other media entities. Gregg also has handled multi-million dollar commercial disputes, trademark infringement cases.
After watching the justice system from the inside as a law clerk to two federal judges in my earlier years, I realized that I wanted to become an advocate for key legal principles. Now years later, serving as a First Amendment lawyer has been a dream come true.
Gregg also has handled multi-million dollar commercial disputes, trademark infringement cases, internal corporate investigations, and innumerable defamation and invasion of privacy claims. He has argued and won cases before the Florida and United States Supreme Courts, including Butterworth v. Smith, 494 U.S. 624 (1990), where he convinced the U.S. Supreme Court that laws prohibiting grand jury witnesses from disclosing their testimony violated the First Amendment. Gregg is also a Florida-certified mediator. He practices out of TLo’s Tampa office.
Gregg repeatedly has been qualified as an expert witness on legal issues and attorneys’ fees in defamation and public records cases.
Prior to entering private practice, Gregg was a judicial clerk to the Honorable Ben Krentzman and the Honorable George Carr, both United States District Judges for the Middle District of Florida. He is a former board member and president of the Tampa Museum of Art, and former president of the Tampa Bay Business Committee for the Arts. In 2007, he was inducted into the Florida Freedom of Information Summit Hall of Fame.