Henry M. Grabbe



Henry Grabbe represents clients in all aspects of litigation from pre-complaint negotiation through trial and appeal. Henry's practice focuses primarily on complex commercial disputes and white-collar defense. He has experience in Pennsylvania and New Jersey state and federal courts, and before federal agencies.

Henry has assisted clients navigating domestic and international legal disputes arising from the energy, communications, cryptocurrency and finance industries, and he helped secure an acquittal in a federal criminal prosecution after a five-week jury trial.

Prior Experience

Prior to joining the firm, Henry clerked for the Honorable Fabiana Pierre-Louis of the Supreme Court of New Jersey.  During law school, Henry interned for the Honorable Petrese B. Tucker of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District and Pennsylvania and for the Honorable Luis Felipe Restrepo of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.


Bar Admissions

New Jersey

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey


Supreme Court of New Jersey, Hon. Fabiana Pierre-Louis, 2020-2021


Rutgers School of Law
J.D. magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Rutgers University Law Review (senior commentaries editor) (2020)

Rutgers University - New Brunswick
B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy, magna cum laude (2016)

Insights & Events

Other Perspectives

Firm Blog Contributions

  • TCPA Blog – a resource analyzing TCPA-related litigation and regulatory developments
  • Faegre Drinker on Products – a blog addressing all things product liability that covers legal issues and developments of interest to product manufacturers and their employers

Leadership & Community

Pro Bono

  • Rutgers Law School Pro Bono Award for Significant Service


  • Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2022
  • Rutgers Law School — Judge James Hunter III Appellate Advocacy Competition, Best Brief and Best Oral Argument, 2019; Pro Bono Award for Significant Service
Awards Methodology
No aspect of these recognitions has been approved by the highest court of any state.
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