Andrew R. Graben is a Principal in the Dallas office of Fish & Richardson, where he started his law practice in 2004. Mr. Graben’s practice emphasizes business and intellectual property litigation, but he has successfully represented his clients in a wide range of commercial disputes. Over the course of his career, Mr. Graben has represented both individuals and businesses in contract and securities litigation, anti-trust litigation, patent litigation, patent infringement damage analysis, and trademark and copyright disputes. Mr. Graben also tried criminal cases in the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, where he acted as lead counsel or picked the jury in eleven jury trials, trying each of those cases to verdict.
Outside of his law practice, Mr. Graben is an avid college football fan and golfer. He also actively supports and serves with several non-profit organizations, including International Justice Mission and the African Leadership and Reconciliation Mission.
Recognized as a 2013 Super Lawyers Rising Star.
"Joint Defense Considerations," co-authored with M. Brett Johnson, presented at the 46th Annual Conference on Intellectual Property Law of the Institute for Law and Technology, November 2008.
"Of Sticks and Carrots: The New Corporate Civil and Criminal Landscape in a Post-Enron World," co-authored with Matthew E. Yarbrough, presented at the Fall Regional Conference of the American Society of Corporate Secretaries, October 2004.