On episode 13 of Beyond the Legal Lens, host Emily Witt interviews Stuart Grant about his career as a litigator and businessman.
Stuart Grant, based in Delaware, is an internationally recognized business leader, litigator and legal investor. Prior to founding Bench Walk Advisors, he co-founded and served as Managing Director of Grant & Eisenhofer P.A., which grew under his leadership and capital investment into one of the world’s most formidable plaintiff advocacy firms. He retired from Grant & Eisenhofer in 2018 to devote his professional time to Bench Walk Advisors.
In addition to his work with Bench Walk Advisors, Mr. Grant is an owner and breeder of thoroughbred racehorses. Mr. Grant’s horses race under the stable name The Elkstone Group and often train at Camden Training Center.
Mr. Grant also devotes his time to philanthropic endeavors. Mr. Grant and his wife, Suzanne B. Grant, formed the I Could Do Great Things Foundation in 2009 to support a range of social initiatives related to education and projects that strengthen communities in Delaware where the couple are primarily based.
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