Brian Gregg

Brian Gregg

Attorney

Brian Gregg joined MSLF in 2019 after several years working for boutique law firms specializing in public lands litigation, natural resource law, and property rights.  He has represented a wide variety of clients in diverse areas of law throughout the Mountain West, ranging from fifth-generation ranch families and local governments to multinational corporations and non-profits, wild horse rescues, and even a couple of monasteries. 

Mr. Gregg was born and raised in southern Colorado and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Colorado before attending the University of Idaho College of Law, where he was a recipient of a scholarship from the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and winner of the Gibbons National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition in 2012.  He enjoys mountaineering and weightlifting in his spare time, and is also a competitive bagpiper who has medaled at many of the Highland Games across the western U.S.

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California’s De Facto Handgun Ban is Unconstitutional

California has imposed many unconstitutional requirements upon handguns to limit purchases. By requiring non-standard or non-existent features, the state has effectively created a ban on handguns. As a result, California residents are being unfairly denied their Second Amendment protected rights. 

Rayco, LLC v. Bernhardt

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Emerson and Fay Ray were a young couple, recently married, when they first came to California. It was the height of the Great Depression and Emerson had heard he might be able to get a job in California pouring concrete. Now the government is threatening to destroy the legacy they built for their family.

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