Gregg A. Hubley

Bar Admissions:
Nevada
Office:
Las Vegas
Phone:
(702) 789-7529
Email:
gregg@aswtlawyers.com
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Gregg Hubley is a partner at Arias Sanguinetti Wang & Torrijos LLP in the Las Vegas, Nevada, office. Gregg has been practicing law for over 20 years and represents clients in civil lawsuits in state and federal court. Gregg has tried hundreds of cases, including personal/catastrophic injury cases, medical malpractice matters, commercial law disputes, and a class action lawsuit against a towing company that took advantage of thousands of Nevada drivers. Gregg has also represented business owners and large financial institutions in business litigation disputes involving hundreds of millions of dollars in assets.

Gregg graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree, Magna Cum Laude, from Northern Illinois University. He graduated law school at the University of Illinois College of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctor (J.D.). Gregg was admitted to the Nevada state bar in 2001. Outside of the courtroom, Gregg is married and is a member of clubs and organizations at St. John Neumann Catholic Church. He enjoys outdoor activities and sports. He also teaches Continuing Legal Education classes to other attorneys and legal professionals.

Associations

  • American Association for Justice (Member, 2015 – Present)
  • Consumer Attorneys of California (Member, 2015 – Present)
  • Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (Member, 2015-Present)
  • Clark County Bar Association (Member, 2001 – Present)
  • Nevada State Bar (Member, 2001 – Present)

Awards

  • Designated as a Mountain States Super Lawyer, Thomson Reuters (2021)
  • 10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys, Las Vegas, NV, American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys (2018)
  • Las Vegas’ Top 100 Lawyers of the Year, MyVegas Magazine (2017)
  • Legal Elite, Nevada Business Magazine (2017)
  • Legal Elite, Nevada Business Magazine (2016)

Classes and Seminars

  • “Representing Your Client in Federal Court,” Author/Presenter, October, 2015
  • “Representing Your Client in Federal Court,” Author/Presenter, October, 2014
  • “HOBR in the Courts,” Author/Presenter, November, 2014
  • “Major Foreclosure Topics/Cases in Western States,” August, 2013
  • “Nevada Foreclosures and Workouts,” Author/Presenter, October, 2012
  • “Legal Issues in Real Estate Foreclosure,” Author/Presenter, October, 2011
  • “Mediation,” Author/Presenter, September, 2011

Articles

  • “In the Hope that Reason Prevails,” Legal League Quarterly (Winter, 2012)
  • “A Ship Without a Captain:  The Uncertain Application of the Non-Economic Damages Cap in Medical Malpractice,” COMMUNIQUE, June/July, 2009

Published Decisions

  • Edelstein v. Bank of New York Mellon, 128 Nev.Adv.Op. 48, 286 P.3d 249, 78 UCC Rep.Serv.2d 721 (2012)
  • Jacinto v. PennyMac Corp., 129 Nev.Adv.Op. 32, 300 P.3d 724 (2013)
  • Pasillas v. HSBC, USA, 127 Nev.Adv.Op. 39, 255 P.3d 1281 (2011)
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