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David Gruber

Business Services | Law
Founder and CEO
Gruber Law Offices | Milwaukee

Since founding personal injury law firm Gruber Law Offices LLC over 35 years ago, David Gruber has become one of Milwaukee’s most recognizable figures, his profile boosted by the firm’s prominent advertising campaigns and memorable slogan, “One call, that’s all!” A native of New Jersey, Gruber moved to Milwaukee to attend Marquette University Law School in the early 1980s and went on to establish his firm in the city. Today, the family-owned Gruber Law Offices is run by Gruber; his wife, attorney Nancy Gruber; and their son, attorney Steven Gruber. The firm has over 120 employees.

Gruber has appeared for several seasons as a “mogul” on “Project Pitch It,” WISN-TV Channel 12’s “Shark Tank”-style Milwaukee entrepreneurship show, which airs throughout the state. He’s also sponsored a cash prize that is awarded to winning entrepreneurs.

Gruber is involved in several charitable organizations and campaigns. For many years, he has served on the board and financially supported Operation DREAM, a Milwaukee-based organization that provides mentoring support for over 250 young men. He has also been involved in the Milwaukee Urban League and the MACC Fund and raised awareness for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, the Journey House, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee & Kenosha, Independence First, G9, Make-A-Wish, Hometown Heroes, Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation, Sojourner Family Peace Center, UW Carbone Cancer, LGBT Community Center and Feeding America.

An avid Wisconsin sports fan, Gruber can be seen frequently at sporting events, including Brewers, Bucks, Marquette Golden Eagles, Badgers, UWM Panthers and Milwaukee Admiral games.

Education: Bachelor’s, University of Delaware; J.D., Marquette University Law School

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