Meet Attorney Greg Wiley

Attorney Greg Wiley, Esq., is admitted to practice law in state courts in Minnesota and Illinois, and in numerous federal courts. Wiley is a passionate advocate for his clients, and he has earned an outstanding reputation for the highest quality of legal representation. He is oft-recognized as a Rising Star by Minnesota Lawyer in the area of labor and employment law. In 2012, Wiley was awarded the national Pacesetter Award for innovation in labor law, and the Award of Excellence in Civil Law by the public law section of the Minnesota State Bar Association for demonstrating extraordinary leadership, initiative, and innovation in the performance of his duties in representing his public law clients. Mr. Wiley represented corporate management nationwide while at Littler Mendelson, the largest labor and employment law firm in the country. Mr. Wiley currently runs his own advising, litigation, investigation, mediation, and training practice, and serves as General Counsel to the Sherburne County Sheriff's Office. He represents corporations, local businesses, municipalities, and individuals in the Twin Cities metro area of Minneapolis and St. Paul, and in other parts of Minnesota. He has office space in Edina, Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, and Woodbury. Mr. Wiley stays current on legal trends and developments. Subscribe to his RSS, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook feeds to stay abreast of legal developments.

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Senior Associate Ben Reber Joins the Firm The Wiley Law Office is proud to announce that Ben Reber has joined The Wiley Law Office as Senior Associate. He looks forward to working with you as established and appreciated clients of the firm and helping with all of your business and employment needs.

Ben is joining the firm following three years as an independent contractor for the firm, and eight-and-a-half years as a Labor Relations Specialist for the City of Saint Paul. During his time with the City and as a contractor, he focused his efforts on representing management in all facets of the employer/employee relationship, including hiring, on-boarding, employee relations, grievance processing, workplace accommodations, veterans’ preference, discrimination and harassment investigations, policy development, contract negotiation and interpretation, and employee training.

Ben has been quite active in the Minnesota public labor and employment community, as a participant and presenter for the Minnesota Public Employer Labor Relations Association, and earned his Certified Labor Relations Professional (CLRP) certificate from the National Public Employer Labor Relations Association in 2017.

Ben is also an experienced trainer, having conducted over 40 training seminars for the City of St. Paul during his time as a Labor Relations Specialist, covering topics ranging from employee discipline to Diversity and Inclusion.

Ben has a wealth of experience that he is excited to add to the services provided by the firm, and is devoted to bringing the same high quality service that you’ve come accustomed to as a client of the Wiley Law Office. Contact Ben for advice or just to welcome him to the firm. He can be reached at 651-373-8388, or e-mailed at Benjamin.Reber@wiley-law.com.

The Wiley Law Office, PC office space in Edina, Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, and Woodbury. The firm stays current on legal trends and developments. Subscribe to its RSS, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook feeds to stay abreast of legal developments. Thank you, and have a great day at work.

“Mr. Wiley went above and beyond my expectations in his consultation with me. He gave me great feedback for my hearing and prepared me so I had a successful outcome. He does thorough research, thinks of all the angles, and is very professional in his presentation. I highly recommend his services.”

-Cathy T., Client
August 17, 2018

When De Minimis is No Longer De Minimis

We imagine that when the folks at Starbucks asked their assistant managers to set the security alarm and lock up their stores at the end of the night, they were not thinking the employees would also be carrying a stopwatch, and logging the amount of time it took to complete those tasks.  Clearly they did not have the state of California in mind when they decided to allocate those duties […]
August 10, 2018

The Wiley Law Office Takes Duluth!

The Wiley Law Office will be taking a brief hiatus from updates as it heads north for the annual MPELRA Summer Conference.  Look for both Greg and Ben during the conference, as Ben will be presenting Thursday afternoon on Total Package Costing and Total Compensation, and Greg’s presence will be felt as well, as he continues his work as a Director of the organization. There will be plenty of learning […]
August 3, 2018

DC Circuit Court Finds Possible Retaliation in Football Team Name Lawsuit Despite Lack of Discrimination

As football season approaches, we address a controversial issue in a somewhat different context. Prior to joining the Department of Energy as an Attorney Advisor, Jody TallBear was an activist in the Native American community and made it known she was involved in such activities.  However, working in Washington, DC, one is constantly exposed to what many consider to be the racist and outdated team name and logo of the […]
July 27, 2018

Boeing, Part III, A New Hope

In our previous posts regarding the NLRB’s decision in The Boeing Company, we discussed the old standard for analyzing work rules set under Lutheran Heritage Village-Livonia, how the NLRB found that standard unwieldy and difficult to apply in many situations, and the three categories of work rules the NLRB created to allow for three different levels of scrutiny and analysis. You can find our first two posts here: http://wiley-law.com/the-nlrb-considers-the-employers-perspective/. and here: http://wiley-law.com/the-boeing-company-part-ii-the-employer-strikes-back/. […]
July 20, 2018

Settlement Between EEOC and Estee Lauder Calls for Equal Treatment of Men and Women with Regard to Parental Leave

The Paid Parental Leave movement has swept the nation in recent years, with the number of employers offering paid maternity leave rising almost ten percent in the last two years.  The problem with that, as the EEOC sees it, is that paid paternity leave has risen only eight percent in the same amount of time. Recently, the EEOC settled with the Estee Lauder company in a lawsuit filed on behalf […]

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August 17, 2018

When De Minimis is No Longer De Minimis

We imagine that when the folks at Starbucks asked their assistant managers to set the security alarm and lock up their stores at the end of the night, they were not thinking the employees would also be carrying a stopwatch, and logging the amount of time it took to complete those tasks.  Clearly they did not have the state of California in mind when they decided to allocate those duties […]
August 10, 2018

The Wiley Law Office Takes Duluth!

The Wiley Law Office will be taking a brief hiatus from updates as it heads north for the annual MPELRA Summer Conference.  Look for both Greg and Ben during the conference, as Ben will be presenting Thursday afternoon on Total Package Costing and Total Compensation, and Greg’s presence will be felt as well, as he continues his work as a Director of the organization. There will be plenty of learning […]
August 3, 2018

DC Circuit Court Finds Possible Retaliation in Football Team Name Lawsuit Despite Lack of Discrimination

As football season approaches, we address a controversial issue in a somewhat different context. Prior to joining the Department of Energy as an Attorney Advisor, Jody TallBear was an activist in the Native American community and made it known she was involved in such activities.  However, working in Washington, DC, one is constantly exposed to what many consider to be the racist and outdated team name and logo of the […]
July 27, 2018

Boeing, Part III, A New Hope

In our previous posts regarding the NLRB’s decision in The Boeing Company, we discussed the old standard for analyzing work rules set under Lutheran Heritage Village-Livonia, how the NLRB found that standard unwieldy and difficult to apply in many situations, and the three categories of work rules the NLRB created to allow for three different levels of scrutiny and analysis. You can find our first two posts here: http://wiley-law.com/the-nlrb-considers-the-employers-perspective/. and here: http://wiley-law.com/the-boeing-company-part-ii-the-employer-strikes-back/. […]