University of Michigan Law School
JD, 2011, cum laude

Selections Coordinator, Michigan Journal of Gender & Law

Williams College
BA, 2006



New York

Practice Areas


Honorable Mary H. Murguia, US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit


Honorable Nancy Torresen, US District Court, District of Maine

Phoebe Fischer-Groban


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Phoebe Fischer-Groban is a member of the firm’s litigation department.  Ms. Fischer-Groban joined the firm after clerking for the Honorable Mary H. Murguia of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the Honorable Nancy Torresen of the United States District Court for the District of Maine.

Ms. Fischer-Groban graduated cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School.  During law school, she served as the selections coordinator for the Michigan Journal of Gender & Law and externed at the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan.  After her second year of law school, Ms. Fischer-Groban interned at the Center for Reproductive Rights.

Practice Focus

Government Enforcement & Compliance:  representation of national and international corporations in government investigations and litigation.

Intellectual Property Litigation:  complex patent infringement litigation within technology, life sciences and software industries.

Representative Engagements

  • Currently assisting in intellectual property litigation involving patent infringement issues.
  • Currently assisting in appeal before First Circuit.

Presentations and Publications


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