Gregory M. Saylin is the Chair of Fabian VanCott’s Employment Practice Group and has nearly 20 years of experience focused on employment law and commercial litigation in Utah, California and throughout the country.
For employers, he provides practical advice on matters such as restrictive covenants (non-compete, anti-raiding, confidentiality), trade secrets, sexual harassment and discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination and compliance.
Greg is an experienced litigator, representing commercial clients in complex disputes, business torts, unfair business practices, corporate control and valuations, and civil fraud. Having in-house experience, Greg understands the real-world and practical needs of companies facing difficult decisions and helps them to manage and avoid risk.
He represents a broad diversity of clients – from Fortune 500 companies to startups. His practical advice focuses on resolving concerns and challenges in ways that are economical and make good sense. Teaming with Fabian VanCott attorneys in other specialties, Greg has the leadership and experience needed to find solutions.
Greg is a frequent speaker on employment and professional responsibility topics. For private clients, he regularly offers training to supervisors and non-supervisors on topics such as sexual harassment, investigations and discipline, and covenants not to compete, as well as other HR topics.
Greg also speaks before industry groups such as the Employer’s Council and the Association of Corporate Counsel, as well as firm employment law seminars and breakfast briefings. He has authored many articles and given interviews for television, radio and the press on employment law topics.
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