December 2, 2022

Volume XII, Number 336

Gregory T. Lewis

Gregory Lewis is an associate in the firm's Los Angeles office. Mr. Lewis is a member of the firm’s complex commercial litigation and disputes and global ethical supply chain practice groups. His experience includes labor and employment litigation, class action defense, intellectual property litigation, construction litigation, and securities litigation. Mr. Lewis has written on developments in labor and employment law; issues associated with human trafficking, forced labor, and child labor in companies’ global supply chains; and the similarities and differences in trade secret protection laws across various international jurisdictions.

Mr. Lewis also maintains an active pro bono practice. His experience includes representing clients in asylum and anti-human trafficking cases, and he serves as a member of the firm’s global Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative working group.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Gregory T. Lewis

K&L Gates LLP is selected for a 2021 NLR Go-To Thought Leadership Award for their coverage of the varying rules and regulations related to COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave. The article, “COVID-19: California Extends COVID-19 Supplement Paid Sick Leave and Includes Vaccinations” authored by Eugene C. Ryu and Gregory T. Lewis was one of the firm's most-read articles, demonstrating their expertise on employment law matters stemming from the pandemic.  Given the uncertainty caused by COVID-19 for employers and employees alike, NLR appreciates the authors' thoughtful analysis of California's sick leave and vaccination policies. 

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