Chantale Fiebig


Chantale Fiebig
Chantale Fiebig is a nationally-recognized trial lawyer who represents clients in high-stakes business disputes. She has repeatedly served as lead trial counsel in cases of national significance, including for clients in the retail, tech, consumer products, financial services, and energy sectors. In addition, she has extensive experience defeating nationwide class actions. Chantale has served as lead counsel in dozens of putative class actions, most involving high-profile claims of corporate fraud, unfair business practices, false advertising, or consumer deception. Chantale also serves as the Co-Managing Partner of the Washington DC office.

In just the last several years, Chantale has successfully tried multiple cases to verdict, earning Chantale widespread recognition for her expertise and success in complex litigation. Recognized as a “Winning Litigator” by The National Law Journal in 2023, she has twice been named as one of the 500 Leading Lawyers in America by Lawdragon (2023-2024), and has been profiled by the American Lawyer, Law360, and Benchmark Litigation for her achievements. She has also been named a “Leading Lawyer” by The Legal 500 in Dispute Resolution: Leading Trial Lawyers. In addition, in 2023, she was recognized as “Managing Partner of the Year” by Corporate Counsel’s Women, Influence & Power in Law. 

Chantale previously served as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, where she taught an advanced seminar on class action law and practice. She frequently writes and speaks on issues relating to class action law, complex litigation, and trial advocacy.

Earlier in her career, Chantale served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Michigan. As a federal prosecutor, Chantale served as lead trial counsel in cases involving public corruption and other charges, and successfully represented the United States in dozens of cases in the federal appellate courts. Chantale also served as a judicial clerk for Judge Rosemary Barkett on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Before law school, she worked as a financial analyst at a global investment management firm in New York.

Chantale has focused her pro bono work on representing inmates on death row, and minors in their interactions with police. She has long served on the boards of various civic organizations, such as Racquet Up Detroit, and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for Levine Music.

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