Greg Gill counsels clients on legislative and regulatory matters across a broad range of public policy issues, including defense, health care, foreign relations, transportation, higher education, and biomedical research. As a former House Appropriations Committee staff member and legislative director, Greg has extensive legislative experience on funding and policy matters.
Greg lobbies on behalf of clients before the U.S. House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, Congressional committees, and federal agencies. He maintains strong relationships with key House and Senate members, and their staff. He responds to congressional and agency actions and provides strategic advice to his clients on appropriations and policy matters.
Greg’s diverse clientele has included corporations, businesses, foreign governments, and nonprofit organizations. He has lobbied for numerous business interests – both individually and as part of business coalitions – on such topics as intellectual property and the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA). Greg helped create, and shepherded through Congress, a comprehensive plan to bring the U.S. government’s rules for “conflict diamonds” into international compliance. He has helped secure crucial federal funding for some of the United States’ largest hospital networks and universities.
During his tenure on Capitol Hill, Greg served as Legislative Director to current House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) and as a staff member on the House Appropriations Committee. Prior to joining Venable, Greg served as a lobbyist and general counsel at one of Washington’s leading government affairs firms.