Mr. Gregory's practice is focused in the areas of ERISA, employee benefits, and executive compensation. He advises clients on qualified retirement plans, welfare plans, and nonqualified compensation plans. He assists clients with plan design, drafting and implementation of 401(k), profit sharing, 403(b), 457 and defined benefit plans. He provides advice on the design, implementation, and administration of insured and self-insured medical plans, dental plans, life insurance, disability, and cafeteria plans, including pre-tax premium plans, and flexible spending account plans. He assists clients regarding regulatory compliance with HIPAA, the Affordable Care Act, COBRA, FMLA, GINA and ADA.
State Bar of Michigan - Taxation Council Member (2019-Present); Employee Benefits Committee (Chair, 2017-2019); Oakland County Bar Association - Employee Benefits Committee (Chair, 2016-2017; Vice Chair, 2015-2016); American Bar Association - Taxation Section; Joint Committee on Employee Benefits.
Author, "Considerations for Plan Sponsors Who Discover Unauthorized Workers in Their Retirement Plans," Employee Benefit Plan Review, Volume 73, Issue 9 (November/December 2019); Author, "Employers, There May Be No Such Thing as a Free Lunch," Law360 Expert Analysis (February 2019).
B.A., Michigan State University, James Madison College; J.D., Wayne State University; LL.M., Taxation, Certificate in Employee Benefits Law, Georgetown University Law Center.