Mr. Gryskiewicz is an all-around litigator with experience representing companies and individuals at the trial and appellate levels in state and federal courts.  He has litigated False Claims and Federal Telecommunications Act cases, employment law suits, insurance coverage issues, and state tort actions, including class action litigations. He has also conducted internal investigations both in the context of the False Claims Act and in relation to Securities Exchange Commission investigations and proceedings.


  • Prior to joining Lewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss Mr. Gryskiewicz was an Associate at the Washington, DC offices of a national firm
  • Law clerk to the Honorable Robert G. Doumar on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • Legal intern to Judge Emmett Sullivan on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia
  • Prior to law school, Mr. Gryskiewicz worked as an international development consultant

Representative Matters

  • Defended several pharmaceutical clients in a multi-defendant state false claims act matter at the trial and appellate levels, resulting in the dismissal of many of the causes of action
  • Conducted internal investigations for pharmaceutical manufacturers related to False Claims Act and Stark Law compliance
  • Won dismissal of False Claims Act charges related to the financial crisis of 2008

  • Defended nation-wide class action involving federal telecommunications and state unjust enrichment law

  • Received temporary restraining order for employer in confidentiality and non-compete action against former employee
  • Defended individual and company in SEC proceedings
  • Defended adoption agency in suit over confidentiality of adoptions

Publications & Events


  • University of Virginia (J.D/M.A. 2013)
  • Georgetown University (B.A. 2008)

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia
  • U.S. District Courts for the District of Columbia and the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit