Stephanie Fier focuses on breach of contract, tort and real property disputes and has represented both private companies and governmental entities. Ms. Fier has a wide range of litigation experience, from initial case assessment through pre-trial motions, with an emphasis on potential damages liability analysis.
Ms. Fier graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 2009, where she provided counsel on numerous pro bono matters, served as Vice President of the student body and was on the Managing Board of the Virginia Tax Review. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Fier served as a judicial intern for Chief Judge Thomas F. Hogan in the US District Court for the District of Columbia, where she drafted opinions, orders and bench memoranda. She received her undergraduate degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in 2006.
- City of Los Angeles in a dispute over management of Ontario International Airport.
- California State Controller in negotiating settlement agreements with insurance companies over unclaimed property.
- Internationally operating technology conglomerate against claims of breach of contract and fraud relating to a construction project that the developer ultimately put into bankruptcy.
- One of the largest European missile defense contractors in a complex, multi-national AAA arbitration over a failed teaming relationship.
- Leading online and over-the-air retailer regarding issues of product liability.
- Vacation tour provider in an opposition proceeding at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
- JD, University of Virginia School of Law, 2009
- BA, Political Science, Minor Business, Virginia Polytechnic & State University, 2006, summa cum laude
- District of Columbia