Lynndon Groff

Associate (Licensed in New York, Texas license pending)

Lynndon Groff

Associate (Licensed in New York, Texas license pending)

Lynndon Groff is a trial lawyer with experience in corporate, insurance, environmental, and qui-tam litigation, arbitration, and investigations.

A former associate at O’Melveny & Myers LLP in New York, Mr. Groff is admitted to practice law in New York State, and his Texas license is pending.  Within his first month at AZA, Mr. Groff assisted in an arbitration proceeding involving accounting malpractice.  He has defended major loan servicers against federal-level qui tam claims and a large insurance company in complex state-level environmental insurance litigation, including trial.  Additionally, he has helped a manufacturing conglomerate to settle a federal investigation into bid rigging and a major financial institution to resolve various regulatory inquiries regarding low-latency stock trading.

He was a legal intern for Peter Susman QC in London, a judicial intern for Justice Peter W. Agnes, Jr., of the Massachusetts Appeals Court in Boston, and a case processing clerk for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

Mr. Groff’s pro bono work has included assisting a Holocaust survivor in an application for German ghetto pension benefits.

He has a magna cum laude law degree from Boston College Law School, where he was a law review articles editor, and a magna cum laude Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

Boston College Law School J.D. magna cum laude

  • Boston College Law Review (Articles Editor)
  • Grimes Moot Court Competition (Semi-Finalist)
  • Order of the Coif

University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE), magna cum laude

  • Honors in PPE
  • Goldstone Prize for Best Honors Thesis in PPE


  • New York


  • Discrimination Disguised: The Market Access Test of Article 34 TFEU, 4 MICHIGAN STATE INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW FORUM CONVENIENS 1 (2015)
  • Note, Is Too Big to Fail Too Big to Confess: Scrutinizing the SEC’s “No-Admit” Consent Judgment Proposals, 54 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 1727 (2013)





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