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Gregory R. Sellers

Associate | Litigation | Labor and Employment


First and foremost, Greg is a problem solver. In his complex commercial litigation practice, Greg focuses on merger and acquisition/corporate governance litigation, employment litigation and counseling, and appellate litigation. Greg also regularly handles commercial disputes between businesses. Clients benefit from Greg’s ability to analyze their problems and craft the most effective courses of action. As an experienced litigator, Greg develops strategies to leverage his clients’ positions into positive settlement outcomes, and, when settlement fails, achieve positive outcomes at trial.

Greg is a trusted M&A litigator, litigating disputes in courts such as the Delaware Court of Chancery and Superior Court of Delaware. Greg has defended multiple sellers of middle-market enterprises against claims of fraud and breaches of representations and warranties. In these high-stakes litigations, Greg’s acumen in thoroughly understanding his client’s business and the facts surrounding the transaction enables Greg to forcefully advocate on behalf of his clients.

In Greg’s employment litigation practice, he represents employers and individuals in discrimination claims, wage and hour litigation, and restrictive covenant litigation. Greg also engages in employment counseling to create best-practices to avoid litigation. Employers appreciate Greg’s ability to understand their business’ work-place and craft litigation solutions to achieve positive resolutions.

Greg also is a skilled appellate litigator. Prior to joining Klehr Harrison, Greg clerked on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals for Judge Dolores Sloviter and on the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division for Judge Jane Grall. Greg regularly represents clients taking and defending appeals in the federal and state courts. Clients regularly benefit from Greg’s familiarity with the appellate courts and his ability to powerfully advance his clients’ positions.

Greg is a graduate of the Rutgers School of Law—Camden, where he served on the executive board of the Rutgers Law Journal. While in law school, Greg regularly participated in Rutgers’ pro bono programs, earning the Pro Bono Award for Significant Achievement.



Rutgers School of Law, J.D. (2013)

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, B.A. (2008)



New Jersey

Third Circuit Court of Appeals

Eastern District of Pennsylvania

District of New Jersey


Awards and Honors

Rutgers Law Journal (Publication Editor)

Representative Matters:

  • Represented former CEO and vice president of technology company at trial in Delaware Court of Chancery against claims of fraud and breaches of representations and warranties related to the sale of the company.
  • Represented former CEO, vice president, and chairman (and their affiliated entities) in multiple M&A litigations proceeding in the Delaware Court of Chancery and the Superior Court of Delaware. These representations included defending against claims of fraud and breaches of representations and warranties brought and asserting claims for violations of the operating agreement.
  • Represented an advertising firm CEO in a breach of contract and fraud suit brought by the firm’s former client related to a dispute over services rendered.
  • Represented senior technology company employee in restrictive covenant litigation brought by his former employer when employee obtained a new position with a different technology company.
  • Represented a large employer in New Jersey related to multiple claims of employment discrimination arising under federal and state discrimination statutes.
  • Represented a large real estate developer in appellate litigation that applied Pennsylvania and federal constitutional law concerning the reassessment of the developer’s apartment complex’s real estate taxes.
  • Represented a financial firm in appellate litigation concerning an employment dispute.