Gregory Pun

  • Associate at Withers Bergman LLP (419 Attorneys)
  • 1700 East Putnam Avenue, Suite 400, Greenwich, CT 06870
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Greg is an associate in the corporate team.

He focuses primarily on corporate law including mergers and acquisitions, securities law, and general business matters.




‘Athlete Activism is Changing Partnerships with Brands,’ - September 26, 2018, co-author

‘NFPLA announces continuing education requirements,’ Withers article - January 30, 2018, co-author

‘Cleveland Indians taking Chief Wahoo logo off uniforms but maintaining trademark,’ - Withers article - January 29, 2018, co-author

‘NBA seeking 1 percent of every bet made on games if gambling legalized,’ Withers article - January 26, 2018, co-author

‘4 ways tax reform may affect the sports world,’ Law360 - January 2, 2018, co-autho

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Family businesses
  • Financial services
  • Private companies
  • Public companies

Education & Credentials

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University Attended:
Boston College, B.A.
Law School Attended:
Boston College Law School, J.D.
Year of First Admission:
2017, State of Connecticut; 2018, State of New York

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