A highly regarded, AV-preeminent rated trial lawyer with over 30 years of experience, Steve Grygiel has tried many cases of different types to juries, judges and arbitrators. Steve has taken hundreds of depositions of senior corporate executives, members of boards of directors, and liability and damages experts, and has argued countless dispositive and other motions. Besides his most recent work as plaintiffs’ lead co-counsel in large class actions, Steve’s work has included corporate, commercial, banking, securities, privacy rights, consumer, employment, Title IX, and personal injury cases, as well as bankruptcy litigation and business counseling.
J.D. Harvard Law School, 1986
A.B. Hamilton College, 1979, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
United States District Court, Maine: 1987
United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit: 2010
New York: 2011
United States District Court, Delaware: 2012
United States District Court, Maryland: 2015
Law Clerk to Chief Justice Vincent L. McKusick, Maine Supreme Judicial Court, 8/1986 – 8/1987.
Married with 5 adult children and 2 adult step-children; fitness enthusiast, hockey fan and player; 15th place finish in 1985 Boston Marathon.