J.D., University of California, Berkeley School of Law, 2015
B.S., magna cum laude, Saint Mary’s College of California, 2012
Nicole Grigg concentrates her practice on Native American law and policy and environmental issues.
Nicole also is a proud member of the Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake and serves on the Scholarship Committee and Election Board for her tribe. Through these roles she has gained experience in tribal governance, policy making, and exposure to tribal law.
Prior to joining Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell, Nicole counseled clients on all aspects of intellectual property cases, from pre-litigation risk analysis for patents, trademarks, trade dress, and copyrights, to litigation management from complaint to appeal. Nicole has significant experience in the initial phases of litigation including document collection and review, motion practice, discovery, and damages analyses.
In addition to her litigation experience, Nicole also has experience working on numerous transactional projects, including drafting and negotiating contracts on behalf of software providers, non-profits, and patent and trademark owners.
While in law school, Nicole was the President of the Native American Law Students Association and served as a representative on the American Indian Graduate Program Advisory Committee.
Prior to joining the Firm, Nicole: