Greg Holger is an attorney at Utrecht, Kleinfeld, Fiori, Partners. He practices in the areas of federal and state election law, ethics, nonprofit organizations, contracts, and advises on compliance with campaign finance and lobbying disclosure laws. His practice includes representation of individuals, candidates, campaign committees, unions, corporations and trade associations.
Before joining the firm Greg most recently worked as part of the Compliance Department at the Democratic National Committee in Washington, DC. In that role, he focused on reviewing issues of legal compliance and worked as part of a team responsible for vetting issues and individuals related to the work of the Democratic Party’s most senior officials. Immediately before joining the DNC, Greg worked for United States Senator Tom Harkin as a member of the Oversight and Investigations division within the US Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. There, he was tasked with developing investigative reports related to issues and legislation under the Committee’s jurisdiction including work on the Majority Staff’s 2014 report “Is the New G.I. Bill Working?”
Before moving to Washington in 2013, Greg was based in Cincinnati, Ohio. There he began building the foundation for his practice today by successfully managing a local campaign in 2013; working in 2012 with the Obama for America Campaign's Voter Protection team in Hamilton County, Ohio; and serving as the Law Student Division Liaison to the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Election Law in 2011.
Greg holds a Bachelor of Science in Business-Economics from Miami University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. Greg is admitted to practice by the District of Columbia and the State of Ohio.