Greg Robinson assists his clients in navigating the complex world of workplace laws and regulations. He has counseled clients on a wide array of employment matters, including wage and hour disputes, discrimination charges, retaliation charges, severance agreements, non-competition agreements, trade-secret protection, and violations of safety regulations, representing clients in jurisdictions across the county. He has significant experience in representing clients in matters related to workers compensation, advising employers regarding premium payments, payroll audits, and coverage requirements.  He has represented clients both in administrative hearings as well as in Court. 

A successful defense in an employment dispute often starts with ensuring that an employer’s policies and practices comply with applicable local, state, and federal laws. This is why Greg’s practice further focuses on assisting employers develop workplace policies which put them on the path to success. Periodic updates to company handbooks and annual audits of compliance procedures can help identify potential areas of concern before they rise to the level of litigation. His background in government service allows him to provide a unique perspective when advising clients in matters related to federal laws and regulations, including Title VII, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and more.

Prior to joining KMK Law, Greg served as Counsel for the House of Representatives Committee on Small Business where he arranged Congressional hearings, advised the Chairman and Member offices on issues impacting small businesses, and coordinated with Committee and Leadership staff on moving legislation through Congress.

Prior to that, Greg served as Associate Counsel for Speaker of the House John Boehner and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, where he advised the Speakers and their staffs on compliance with House ethics rules as well as other legal and political matters affecting the Speaker as a constitutional officer and the House of Representatives as an institution.

Professional and Community Involvement

Cincinnati Bar Association

Ohio Bar Association

Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, C-Change Participant, Class 17

Awards & Recognition

Named to Ohio Rising Stars, 2022-2023

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What is the best advice you’ve ever received?
My old boss had a motto: “It doesn’t cost anything to be nice.” There is no way to completely avoid life’s stress. But making the conscious effort to approach challenges with a positive attitude and strive to treat others with kindness will never fail to make getting through a tough day that much easier. 

Where did you meet your significant other?
I met my beautiful wife right here in Cincinnati. On our first date we spent over five hours exploring the restaurants, bars, and shops of Over-the-Rhine, and haven’t looked back ever since. 

What do you think is Cincinnati’s best-kept secret?
Northern Kentucky. Though I grew up in the Cincinnati area, I spent nearly all my time north of the river.  Now that I live in Kentucky, I see all the time just how many wonderful hidden gems there are in the Commonwealth.


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J.D., Vanderbilt Law School, 2013, Dean's List

B.A., University of Notre Dame, 2010, Dean's List

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