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Dick H. Gregg, Jr.

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Practice Areas

  • Public Law 50%
  • Contracts 20%
  • Real Estate Law 15%
  • Business Organizations 10%
  • Condominiums & Cooperatives 5%


  • The University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas
    • LL.B., Bachelor of Law - 1964
  • University of Texas, Austin, Texas
    • B.A., Bachelor of Arts - 00/1961
    • Major: Government


Dick Gregg, Jr. has a wide range of governmental and quasi-governmental law experience. He is currently the City Attorney for the City of Nassau Bay, City of Kemah, City of Webster, City of South Houston and the City of South Houston Economic Development Corporation. He has acted as the City Attorney for the Cities of League City, Arcola, Pearland, and Seabrook. He has served as Special Counsel for the City of Arcola and has in the past been Special Counsel for the League City Economic Development Corporation. Mr. Gregg was Special Counsel for the Incorporators of the Cities of Nassau Bay and Simonton (i.e. incorporation of these two cities). He has represented Brazoria County Conservation and Reclamation District No. 3, in Alvin, Texas and Brazoria Drainage District, No. 4, in Pearland, Texas for special litigation. He has been Special Counsel for Real Estate Sale or Acquisition for the Clear Creek Independent School District. At this time he is acting as counsel to Bay Area Houston Convention & Visitor's Bureau, the Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, Bay Area Assistance League and Armand Bayou Nature Center. Mr. Gregg began his career as Assistant Attorney General of Texas in 1964-1965.

He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government and his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas at Austin in the years 1961 and 1964 respectively. He has been licensed since 1964 in the State of Texas and in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Mr. Gregg has practiced law continuously for over 50 years in Harris, Galveston and Brazoria counties. His practice includes representation of public law entities, employment law and personnel matters, the drafting of corporate documents and contracts, establishment of for profit and not for profit corporations, the law of associations, parliamentary procedure, the drafting of public law ordinances, resolutions and agreements, interlocal agreements, franchises, real estate documents and of contracts for many forms of business endeavors. His trial experience includes the trial of matters relating to zoning, elections, annexation, usury, telephone and water supply service agreements and telephone service rate regulation, challenges to rule making authority of a public body, regular and inverse condemnation, removal from office of a public officer, nuisance, intellectual property, real estate, contract, consumer and deceptive trade practice issues.

Mr. Gregg is or has been a member of the board of directors and officer, if in parentheses, for League City Chamber of Commerce, Armand Bayou Nature Center (Former President), Armand Bayou Foundation, Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre (Former Chairman), Space Center Rotary Club (Former President), Bay Area Alliance for the Arts (Former Co-Chairman), Lunar Rendezvous Foundation, Bay Area Transportation Partnership (Former Board Member), Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce (Former Chairman), Clear Creek Education Foundation (Former Board Member), and Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership. He has also served as a member and past chairman of the University of Houston-Clear Lake Development and Advisory Council as well as well as the President's Council at University of Houston Clear Lake and the University of Texas Medical Branch President's Cabinet. Mr. Gregg is Parliamentarian for many of these entities and other organizations. He has extensive experience with Parliamentary Procedure and Robert's Rules of Order.

Representative Clients

  • Cities of Kemah, Nassau Bay, Webster, Shoreacres, Arcola & League City
  • Royal Academy of Fine Arts
  • Clear Lake Metropolitan Ballet
  • Ballunar Festival, Inc.
  • Armand Bayou Nature Center
  • Planet 10, Inc. (Space Shuttle Promotion)
  • John Gannon, Inc. (billboards)
  • Eller Sign Company (billboards)
  • JSC Federal Credit Union
  • City of Pearland Economic Development Foundation
  • City of Manvel Economic Development Foundation
  • City of League City Economic Development Foundation
  • Clear Lake Honda, Mazda, Volvo

Past Positions

  • State of Texas, Attorney General's Office, Assistant Attorney General, 1964 to 1965
  • U.S. Draft Board, Appeal Agent, 1967 to 1968

Representative Cases

  • Ogden v. Dickinson State Bank, 662 S.W.2d 330, 1983, Tex., 1983145918
  • Dickinson State Bank v. Ogden, 624 S.W.2d 214, 1981, Tex. Civ. App.-Hous. (1st Dist.), 1981149585
  • Town of Griffing Park v. City of Port Arthur, 628 S.W.2d 101, 1981, 1982110238
  • City of Nassau Bay v. City of Webster, 608 S.W.2d 618, 1980, Tex., 1980145686
  • City of Nassau Bay v. City of Webster, 600 S.W.2d 905, 1980, Tex. Civ. App.-Hous. (1st Dist.), 1980122339
  • City of Shoreacres v. State, 582 S.W.2d 211, 1979, Tex. Civ. App.-Hous. (1st Dist.), 1979129902
  • City of Nassau Bay v. Winograd, 582 S.W.2d 505, 1979, Tex. Civ. App.-Hous. (1st Dist.), 1979129975
  • City of Hitchcock v. Longmire, 572 S.W.2d 122, 1978, Tex. Civ. App.-Hous. (1st Dist.), 1978135524
  • Smith-Southwest Industries v. Friendswood Development Co., 546 S.W.2d 890, 1977, Tex. Civ. App.-Hous. (1st Dist.), 1977115005
  • City of Nassau Bay v. Nassau Bay Telephone Company, Inc., 517 S.W.2d 613, 1974, Tex. Civ. App.-Hous. (1st Dist.), 1974133326
  • Ex parte Kominczak, 470 S.W.2d 304, 1971, Tex. Civ. App.-Hous. (1st Dist.), 1971131495
  • Jordan v. Landry's Seafood Rest., Inc., 89 S.W.3d 737 (Tex.App.--Houston [1st Dist.], 2002, pet. denied)

Pro-Bono Activities

  • Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre, Chairman of Board
  • Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre, General Counsel
  • Space Center Rotary Club, President, 1998 to 1999
  • Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, President, 1966 to 1967
  • Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, Executive Committee, Director
  • Armand Bayou Nature Center, President, 1998 to 2000
  • Ballunar Festival, Inc., General Counsel, Director
  • Assistance League of the Bay Area, Advisory Board, Member
  • Bridgeport Communities in School, Board Member
  • University of Houston, Clear Lake, Development and Advisory Council, Past Chair
  • Clear Lake Metropolitan Ballet, Former Chairman of Board, General Counsel, 1995
  • Clear Lake Area Economic Development Foundation, Director, 1997 to 1997
  • Bay Area Turning Point, Member
  • Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, State Legislative Affairs Committee, Co-Chair
  • Better Business Bureau of Houston, Director, 1999 to 1999
  • First Community Bank, Advisory Board, Member, 1999 to 1999

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 1964
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas, 1986

Professional Associations

  • Houston Bar Association, Member
  • American Bar Association, Member

Published Works

  • Monthly Column-Editorial, Baycomber Magazine, 1999

Fraternities or Sororities

  • Phi Alpha Delta
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Current Employment Position

  • President


  • Men and Women of Heart Award, Bay Area Turning Point
  • Outstanding Community Achievement Award, Allen Samuels Chrysler-Plymouth
  • King, Lunar Rendezvous Society
  • Renaissance Man, The Arts Alliance Clear Lake

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