Gregg’s litigation experience includes formulating infringement and invalidity positions, discovery, drafting briefs and assisting with intellectual property portfolios. He has worked on a variety of biosciences, including single cell sequencing and clinical diagnostics. Gregg maintains an active pro bono practice. He is an active member of Weil teams investigating constitutional violations by the California Department of Corrections Parole Board against incarcerated people seeking parole, and assisting women secure reproductive autonomy.
Gregg earned his J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, where he served as the Senior Editor of the Journal of Law and Technology. He earned his M.Sc. in Agriculture and Plant Protection Science from California Polytechnic State University and his B.Sc. in Molecular Environmental Biology from University of California, Berkeley.