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
July 18, 2019

Mid-Year Interest Arbitration Update: Internal Consistency Reigns

Now that we’re done beating you over the head with our investigator nerdery, we’ll start getting back to the other things we love to do.  This week: negotiations and interest arbitration.  It’s been a slow year for interest arbitrations, with only three cases being reported to the BMS so far.  We’re aware of others taking place this year, but they have not been posted to the website yet.  If your […]
July 12, 2019

The Mueller Report III: Potential Obstruction of Justice and the President

For those of you who follow us, hopefully you can recall parts I and II of our analysis of the Mueller report, one of the most important internal investigations in the last century.  If you have not read them yet, you can find them here and here.  If you have not read the report, it can be found here.  Today, we’re talking about the most significant portion of the report […]
July 4, 2019

Happy 4th of July From the Wiley Law Office!

As many of you readers are working in the public sector, it is most likely you aren’t working today, or tomorrow, so we will save our final post on the Mueller investigation for next week when everyone is back at work and a few pounds heavier from all of the Fourth of July barbecues and get-togethers.  We at the Wiley Law Office would simply like to wish you all a […]
June 28, 2019

The Mueller Report: Attacking False Statements of Witnesses

Last week we started our series about the Mueller report and the tactics employed by the Special Counsel in what could be considered the most significant internal investigations of the 21st century.  In our first post, we discussed the organization of the gigantic report and how it contributed to making the report easier to understand for its readers.  This week, we’ll address the Special Counsel’s handling of false statements made […]
June 20, 2019

The Mueller Report: A Workplace Investigator’s Perspective, Part I

While we at the Wiley Law Office do our best to stay out of the political arena, when an investigation as important as the Mueller Report goes public, we feel it is important to reflect on both the investigative techniques as well as the format of the investigation report and how it was presented to the public.  No matter their political leanings, investigators must admire both the amount of work […]

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December 28, 2018

Delaware Medical Marijuana Cardholder is Terminated Following Positive Drug Test, Survives Motion to Dismiss from Employer After Suing for Discrimination

Medical marijuana laws have been around for several years.  33 states and the District of Columbia have laws allowing for the use of marijuana in some form for medical purposes.  However, the number of cases discussing those laws and their impact on individuals and employers are still very limited.  So when we see a case involving the use of medical marijuana, it is important to take note, because even though […]
December 21, 2018

Wiley and Reber to Present at MPELRA Winter Conference February 14

It was recently announced that Wiley Law Office attorneys Greg Wiley and Ben Reber will BOTH be presenting at the upcoming Minnesota Public Employer Labor Relations Association Winter Conference on February 14, 2019.  That means before you take some to settle in with that special someone on Valentine’s Day, you can settle in at the beautiful Crowne Plaza Minneapolis West to receive some up-to-date employment law information from some of […]
December 14, 2018

End of Year Minnesota Interest Arbitration Update

When we last talked about interest arbitration in Minnesota, there were a total of seven arbitration awards over the course of eight months to discuss, with mixed results. Between September and November of this year, there were five interest arbitration hearings held involving four jurisdictions. Of the five, four resulted in resounding victories for the employer, and averages remain lower than what many jurisdictions are seeing in Union proposals. Of […]
December 7, 2018

Holiday Parties in the Public Sector – Let the Fun Be…Safe!

As the holidays approach and the year winds down, public sector employers around the country are preparing to celebrate with colleagues and subordinates in a variety of ways.  For all the potlucks, cube decorating contests and secret Santas, there are still a few bosses who embrace their inner Michael Scott and try to add some cheer to their office through alcohol.  While we would never encourage emulating the management style […]