Gregg actively represents broadcasters, telecommunications service providers and equipment manufacturers in domestic and international enterprises regarding their regulatory and commercial matters. He represents real estate developers in the acquisition of telecommunications services for real estate developments. He assists companies in need of appropriate spectrum support for emerging telecommunications products.

Gregg has orchestrated scores of broadcast property transactions involving assets worth many millions of dollars. He frequently represents parties before the FCC and Congress to obtain desired policy objectives. Gregg has served on the US Department of State Advisory Committee on International Communications & Information Policy, and was an original member of the Pike and Fischer Communications Regulation Advisory Board from its formation until its merger with Bloomberg BNA. He is a frequent author and speaker on topics of FCC administrative process, mass media and telecommunications regulation, and serves as Washington counsel to several state broadcasting associations.

Prior to private practice, Gregg served as the Chief Counsel for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and Acting General Counsel to the White House Office of Telecommunications Policy.

Gregg also serves as counsel to the National Capital Lyme Disease Association and represents physicians who treat for tick-borne diseases.

Publications

  • RFID Frequency Issues, Chapter 3, RFIDs, Near-Field Communications and Mobile Payments, A Guide for Lawyers, Cyberspace Law Committee, RFID Task Force, American Bar Association (2013)
  • Co-Author, What Every Builder and Developer Need to Know About Telecommunications, Land Development, Winter 2002.
  • Co-Author, The Broadcasters Survival Guide, A Handbook of FCC Rules and Regulations for Radio and TV Stations, Scripps Howard Books (An Imprint of Pharos Books), 1988.
  • The Regulation of Electronic Publishing, Federal Communications Law Journal, Vol. 33, No. 3, Summer 1981. 
  • Direct International and Domestic Television Broadcasting by Satellite-A Myth or Potential Reality, Proceedings of the Seventh Communications Satellite Systems Conference of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, April 1978.
  • Legal Barriers to Electronic Mail, Proceedings of the International Telecommunications Exposition, 1977, Vol. 3, 
  • Horizon House International, 1977 Regulation and Your Industry, Telco-Digest, the Magazine for Independent Telcos, August/September 1976. 
  • Competition in Telecommunications--The Telephone Industry Bill, Hearing on Competition in the Telecommunications Industry before the Subcommittee on Communications of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, 94th Cong, 2d Sess., ser 94-129 at 1040 (1976). Summary of Current Law Relating to Cable Television Systems, XLVI, Ohio Bar 1031 (1973).

Civic and Professional Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • The District of Columbia Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association, Chairman, Telecommunications Committee, 1982, Chairman, Regulated Industries Committee, 1979-1981
  • Federal Communications Bar Association, Member Professional Responsibility Committee, since 1991
  • Member, Advisory Board of George Mason University's Center for the Study of Chronic Illness and Disability.
  • Pro Bono Counsel, National Capital Lyme and Tick-borne Disease Association.

Honors and Awards

  • AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
  • Super Lawyers Honoree, 2014 - 2018
  • Washington D.C. Legal Leaders
  • Friend of Missouri Broadcasters Award, by the Missouri Broadcasters Association
  • Corporate Leadership Award from the Missouri Broadcasters Association
  • Distinguished Service Award -- Inducted into the Museum of Broadcasting Hall of Fame Click Here: Hall of Fame
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Bar admissions

1969, Ohio
1971, District of Columbia
2014, Virginia

Admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.

Education

  • J.D., 1969, University of Cincinnati College of Law
  • B.A., 1966, Ohio State University