Will Gruber to Lead inVeritas Government Relations and Strategic Partnerships Division
“Will has served as a trusted advisor to Pulaski County and has extensive public and private sector legal experience,” said inVeritas CEO Ruth Whitney. “His knowledge and relationships will enhance the firm’s practice by serving existing clients and forging new partnerships to continue our track record of success.”
Since 2015, Gruber has held the position of senior staff attorney for the Pulaski County Attorney’s Office. In this role, he has contributed to many efforts in economic development involving energy and water conservation, energy production, and handled all aspects of trial and appellate litigation. He served as a legal advisor to county officials and represented the County’s interests before the Arkansas Legislature and Public Service Commission.
“It has been an honor to serve Pulaski County,” said Gruber. “inVeritas is a leading business solutions firm with a reputation for excellent performance and integrity. I am excited to join the inVeritas team and look forward to building on their many accomplishments with an expanded focus on innovative solutions.”
Gruber has a broad range of public sector legal experience on both state and local levels, serving as an assistant attorney general in the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office and a deputy prosecuting attorney for the Arkansas Sixth Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
Gruber later worked in private practice where he represented clients in circuit and district courts and before the Arkansas Real Estate and Fair Housing commissions.
Gruber began his career in 2006 serving the Arkansas Air National Guard where he later achieved the rank of staff sergeant.
“Will was a valuable asset in my efforts to ensure that Pulaski County government has the right policies and programs in place to maintain the county as a thriving place to live, work, and do business,” said Pulaski County Judge Barry Hyde.
While at Pulaski County, Gruber advised in the areas of tax, bankruptcy, employment law, environmental and energy law, election law, real estate, and land use.
“I have had the honor and privilege of working with Will on Quorum Court legislation related to public safety, property rights, and environmental protection, said Pulaski County Justice of the Peace Phil Stowers. “Besides being very accurate, thorough and diligent in his work product, Will exemplifies the values of integrity, character and compassion. I wish him all the best in his new career endeavor.”
Gruber earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arkansas and a Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Arkansas state court, Eastern and Western District Courts in Arkansas, and the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals.