2012 Plaintiffs Hot List

Grant & Eisenhofer

, The National Law Journal


In the 15 years since Stuart Grant and Jay Eisenhofer started their own law firm, Grant & Eisenhofer has grown from four attorneys to almost 75 in three offices. But the firm never lost focus on its goal, Grant said — to serve the needs of institutional investors. "We had seen at the time that the corporate defense bar was well represented," he said. "Institutional investors had a lot of money invested and yet nobody was representing them."

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