Groll joins Willingham & Cote'


 Catherine Groll recently returned to working in Lansing, at the East Lansing firm of Willingham & Coté, P.C., serving on the Commercial Litigation and Insurance Practice Group.

A litigator for 23 years, Groll is the former owner of the Law Office of Catherine Groll PLLC and was a trial attorney with the Mike Morse Law Firm in Southfield. She has several multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of her clients. 

Groll is an expert in Michigan’s No-Fault Act and brings that expertise to bear in defending cases on behalf of insurance companies.

She spent 12 years as an adjunct professor at WMU Cooley Law School where she won the Fred Griffiths award in 2010 for teaching excellence.

Her teaching activities also took her to Cambodia for six months, where she taught the first tort law class at the Royal University of Law and Economics as a visiting professor, and was honored to be approved by the Deputy Prime Minister to teach evidence law and critical thinking to new judges.


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