Ashley M. Gregson is a litigator at the Salt Lake City office. Ms. Gregson has extensive experience representing both defendants and plaintiffs in complex civil litigation. Her practice focuses primarily on government law. She has defended government entities and their employees in federal and state court against a variety of claims, including allegations of federal civil rights violations, federal Fair Housing Act violations, constitutional violations, personal injury, and breach of contract.
Ms. Gregson’s government law practice also includes helping government entities navigate the Utah Code’s impact on their day-to-day operations, whether it be holding a public meeting or responding to a GRAMA request. She also regularly assists government employees faced with employment matters ranging from internal affairs investigations to formal agency action on their state certifications.
Ms. Gregson’s litigation practice includes judgment collection proceedings, in which she has represented both judgment creditors seeking payment and debtors seeking protection.
In addition to civil litigation, Ms. Gregson also has experience defending clients against criminal charges in state and federal court, including white collar crimes and related securities law violations.
- Remembering Judge Quinn: Three Lessons for Young Lawyers, Utah Bar Journal, May/June 2014
- University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law – J.D., cum laude (2011)
- Westminster College – B.A. Philosophy, summa cum laude (2007)
United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
United States District Court, District of Utah
- Stirba, P.C. (2011 – 2014)