Attorney at Law
Greg's prior experience includes 5+ years at boutique civil litigation law firms in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has marshalled several high-profile cases through state and federal courts, including against Google, the University of California, and various government… read more entities.
- Appellate Litigation
- Breach of Contract
- Cease & Desist Letter
- Demand Letter
- Settlement Agreement
- Other Lawsuits & Disputes Matter
- Employee Termination
- Intellectual Property Assignment Agreement
- Labor Litigation
- Other Labor & Employment Matter
- Case Law Research
- Other Legal Research & Writing Matter
""I appreciate very much Gregory for his help with the class sue of the GFDP case. It lasts for more than two years!" Zheng"
""I had an extremely positive experience with Michael Yamamoto LLP. Mr. Michael became very knowledgeable about my specific circumstances in a time-sensitive environment and indicated to me continuously my options in regards to my situation. I appreciated the time that he took to explain the possible consequences at various stages which greatly alleviated my concern with the situation coming to a relatively quick resolution. I was very impressed at the options afforded to me with my perspective being paramount within the confines of the law. I would absolutely recommend the law firm of Michael Yamamoto LLP, and if needed in the future, they will be my first contact." - Ronald A."
Michael Yamamoto LLP
Sep 2020 - Present
Founded law firm. Deposed parties and witnesses. Conducted oral arguments at appeal and trial courts. Drafted pleadings, motions, discovery requests and responses, and appellate briefs in connection with business, employment, and civil rights litigation in state and federal courts throughout California.
Dhillon Law Group Inc.
Oct 2015 - Aug 2020
Drafted pleadings, motions, discovery requests and responses, and appellate briefs in connection with business, employment, and civil rights litigation in state and federal courts throughout California. Deposed parties and witnesses. Negotiated settlements. Routine court appearances.