Nicholas Groombridge is a partner in the Litigation Department at Paul Weiss. Groombridge focuses exclusively on intellectual property litigation matters. He has litigated patents in a wide variety of technical areas, including the areas of pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, consumer electronics, specialty chemicals, automotive parts, financial services, medical devices, and software and web services.
Groombridge is a frequent speaker on developments in patent law. He currently teaches patent litigation at NYU School of Law. He has been quoted on intellectual property law issues in leading business publications, including The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, and Fortune.
Groombridge has received many professional accolades. Chambers describes him as "an incredibly good trial attorney who takes the time to master every detail of a case and dominates the courtroom with his knowledge of both the law and the facts." The Legal 500 describes him as "a top-notch patent trial lawyer and an excellent strategic adviser, who has a unique understanding of the way people think and an ability to get a message across."
Groombridge is active in several professional societies including the Federal Circuit Bar Association, in which he serves as past president.