Gregory F. Schreiber/
Litigation And Trial Practice, Arbitration And Mediation/
Gregory Schreiber is a member of the firm’s litigation and trial practice groups. His practice involves commercial and business litigation matters, including breaches of contracts, negligence, fraud, insurance disputes, and construction disputes. He also represents clients in probate and trust proceedings, including guardian and conservatorship matters. Greg assists clients through all stages of the litigation process, including mediation and trial. He also has experience with insurance litigation and automobile liability. He works closely with all members of the Dvorak Law Group team to carry out and deliver on each of our client’s legal needs.
Assists clients with all aspects of the litigation process, from initial consultations through trial. Handled disputes in areas including construction, employment, malpractice, and insurance.
Represented clients on a variety of litigation matter including breach of contract, negligence, premises liability, product liability, construction defect, hiring and supervision, and respondent superior, and malpractice.
Successfully defended national transportation companies in claims of negligence where damages claimed were in excess of $500,000.
Successfully defended mental health therapists in claims of malpractice where damages claimed were in excess of $750,000.
Professional Affiliations and Community Involvement
- Nebraska State Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Creighton University Young Alumni Council
Litigation, Trial Practice & Dispute Resolution
- Commercial and Contract Disputes
- Construction Litigation
- Insurance Disputes
- Real Estate Litigation
- Shareholder Disputes
- OSHA Proceedings
- Department of Labor Audits
- Employment Litigation
- Probate and Trust Proceedings
- Guardianship & Conservatorship Proceedings
State of Nebraska
J.D., Creighton University, 2014
M.S., University of Nebraska, Omaha, 2010
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology
B.A., University of Nebraska, Omaha, 2007