Over the past 27 years, Ray Gregory has represented thousands of clients in court on... more
Over the past 27 years, Ray Gregory has represented thousands of clients in court on employment, commercial, family, probate, and criminal cases. Born and raised in New York City and living and practicing law in Michigan for more than 16 years, Ray has a remarkably diverse background. He's licensed to practice law in New York, Washington, DC, Michigan, and Minnesota, and over the past 24 years,... view profile
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