Gregory Pepe

195 Church Street

13th Floor

New Haven, CT 06510

New Haven


Greg Pepe graduated with a B.A. from Hamilton College in 1977 and with a J.D. from the University of Bridgeport School of Law in 1982. Greg is one of the founding members of Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, P.C., which formed in 1993 and has grown from the original three attorneys to 26 attorneys and 55 employees in total. He has practiced in New Haven since 1990 in the areas of commercial finance, health care law, and general business law. Greg has been an advisor to a number of state medical societies, including the Connecticut State Medical Society, and Connecticut State Dental Association, and the American Medical Association regarding physician practice management issues within the context of organized medicine and managed care. He also represents numerous physician groups, businesses and hospitals involved in the same issues. He is a founder and the former President of the Board of Directors of Leeway, Inc., a not-for-profit inpatient primary care facility for people living with AIDS, and a member of the Dean's Advisory Committee for the Quinnipiac University School of Law. He also teaches the Law of Managed Care as an Adjunct Professor of Health Care Law at Quinnipiac University School of Law.

Administrative Law
Administrative Proceedings
Allied Health Professionals
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Business Organizations
Claims Handling
Continuing Medical Education
Deceptive, Unfair Trade Practices
Employment Laws
Fee Review
Fees and Charges
Fraud and Abuse
Hospital Bylaws Issues
Impaired Physicians
Licensing, Admission to Practice
Malpractice Insurance
Managed Care
Mental Illness
National Practitioner Data Bank
Payment Issues
Peer Review Organizations
Products Liability
Reproductive Rights
Review or Arbitration (Health Care Claims)
Revocation or Suspension of Right to Practice
Scope of Practice
Unauthorized Practice
Uncompensated Care
Unfair Trade Practices

Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, P.C was one of the first law firms involved in the MDL Class Action litigation against the nation's largest managed care companies, and worked with the Connecticut State Medical Society and Tim Norbeck to help other state medical societies become part of that litigation. As a team attorney in that litigation, Greg became very familiar with strategies employed by managed care companies to shield themselves from suit and liability, while at the same time becoming versed in the intricacies of ERISA law.




Greg has been a participant of the Greater New Haven Community, serving in a number of capacities. Greg was member of the Board of Directors of the New Haven Special Services Tax District, serving as its president for two years. He is currently the President of the Board of Directors of the Young Men's Institute Library in New Haven.
As a member of the Greater New Haven community, Greg has become involved in many organizations and causes. He has been a co-chair of the Special Services Joint Task force for a safe downtown, which worked with New Haven bar and club owners, and the New Haven Police Department, to find ways to make downtown fun and safe for those frequenting New Haven’s vibrant bar, club and theater establishments. In addition, he helped spearhead his firm’s college scholarship program for LEAP participants during their senior year. Most recently he has been the nominee by the Bar Association as its representative to the 11 member board of the Greater New Haven Community Foundation, one of the nation's oldest and largest community foundations, dispersing over $25 Million in grants and funding to charities and social service organizations each year.