GRB Law. Goehring Rutter & Boehm. Straightforward Thinking.


With a rich history as an integral part of the growth of the Pittsburgh region, GRB Law focuses on the cutting edge of what tomorrow brings. Using Straightforward Thinking, the attorneys and staff of GRB Law have what it takes to help clients achieve greatness in a city that refuses to be defined by its past.

Pittsburgh-based for more than 100 years, our cross-functional, team-based approach to finding the best solution for each unique situation sets GRB Law apart.  The firm achieves strategic solutions from a foundation of partnering and teamwork through eight core practice groups: Business Law, Estate Planning & Administration, Family & Collaborative Law, Litigation, Mediation & ADR, Municipal Creditors Rights, Real Estate Law and School & Municipal Law.


In Memory of Frederick A. Boehm (October 23, 1932 — January 13, 2018)

Fred attended St. Vincent College, graduating in 1954, before earning his J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh in 1957. His legal career began as a solicitor for the City of Pittsburgh before he joined GRB, practicing with a focus in zoning law. Very well-known and respected throughout the legal community, he remained with the firm until his retirement in 2002.

Even in his retirement, Fred remained active in the legal community, serving as an adjunct professor for the University of Pittsburgh School of Law until 2009. He also enjoyed playing golf, volunteering at his parish of St. Margaret of Scotland in Greentree, and spending time with his family.