The Law Offices of Gregory D. Ferguson, PCs


Greg Ferguson

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Greg Ferguson has focused his practice on employment law and civil litigation since being admitted to the Washington State Bar in 1992. He received his Law Degree (J.D) from the University of Oregon, School of Law, and his B.A. from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. He is a member of the Washington State Bar Association, and is licensed to practice in all federal courts in the state of Washington. In addition to being a member of the Washington Employment Lawyers Association, and the National Employment Lawyers Association, Greg is a frequent speaker in connection with attorney continuing legal education and offers newspaper and television commentary on local high profile employment cases and current employment issues.

Greg began his practice as an associate attorney with the Vancouver, Washington litigation firm of Boettcher, LaLonde, Kleweno, Rutledge, Jahn & Holtmann, PS. In 1996 he continued his litigation practice as a partner in the firm of Ferguson & Schoenfeld, PLLC. The Law Offices of Gregory D. Ferguson, PC opened in 2002 premised upon the belief that specialization in a dynamic and extremely complex employment law and open government arena was a must. Although the firm emphasizes litigation primarily relating to employment, public records and other civil litigation matters, during his over 20 years in practice, Greg has tried a variety of cases to juries as well as to the bench including personal injury, probate and will contests, and construction disputes.

Prior to attending law school Greg spent some extended time with the prosecutor's office in Honolulu, Hawaii working for the Crime Victim's Assistance Program (Victim Kokua) and surfing the breaks off Diamondhead and Waikiki Beach. Greg frequently goes from business suit to wetsuit and into the frigid waves along the Oregon coast when a moment of time presents itself. If he's not in the office, he can be found at the coast or fly fishing with his wife Elizabeth on the Klickitat or Deschutes Rivers near the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area.