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Jeffrey D. Grant, Esq.

Private General Counsel / White Collar Attorney

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We practice in New York and on authorized Federal matters, and work with local co-counsel and criminal defense counsel to represent clients throughout country.

To best ensure long-term results, we recommend, assemble, manage and collaborate with a wide breadth of professionals, including tax attorneys, bankruptcy lawyers, family lawyers, civil litigators, estate and trust lawyers, accountants, private investigators, fraud examiners, mitigation specialists, medical doctors and psychiatrists, forensic psychologists, drug and alcohol interventionists, prison consultants, white collar peer and support resources, and the like.

Notably, we regularly team with criminal defense lawyers to help achieve the client’s best possible charging, sentencing, restitution and forfeiture outcomes.

And, of course, we are honored and grateful to represent our clients not going through these disruptive kinds of issues.

So, for the clients and colleagues who have reached out to us, thank you for your trust and confidence. And, for those of you who are out there disappointed, confused or not getting exactly what you need, we are here for you. We won’t let you down.

Practice Areas

Private General Counsel, Crisis Management & Family Client Services

Private General Counsel, Crisis Management & Family Client Services

White Collar Law, Pre-Indictment & Post-Indictment Strategy, and Team Building

White Collar Law, Pre-Indictment & Post-Indictment Strategy, and Team Building

Closely-Held & Family-Owned Businesses

Closely-Held & Family-Owned Businesses

Dispute Prevention, Intervention, and Resolution

Dispute Prevention, Intervention, and Resolution

Second Opinions & Case Review

Second Opinions & Case Review

Special Situations & Pro Bono

Special Situations & Pro Bono

Testimonials

Nine Things You Should Consider When Hiring a White Collar Attorney

  • Your entrepreneurship, intellect and survival skills have betrayed you. You are in pain, and will do — and pay — almost anything to make the pain go away. You’ve probably been looking over your shoulder for a long time. It’s normal to be terrified; who wouldn’t be?

    Practice Point: No matter what you do, the pain is not going away any time soon. Beware of anyone who tells you differently.

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Contact

43 West 43rd Street, Suite 108
New York, New York 10036

Phone: (212) 859 3512

E-Mail: jgrant@grantlaw.com

Media Inquiries: press@grantlaw.com