This week is Stuart Grant’s last as a fulltime lawyer. On June 30, the most prominent face of shareholder litigation in Delaware will no longer be a partner at Grant & Eisenhofer, the firm he cofounded with Jay Eisenhofer 24 years ago. Grant will stick around for several months to finish up cases, but his focus will be on a start-up litigation finance venture, Bench Walk Advisors, backed by two of his longtime clients and stocked with an advisory board of G&E partners. Read more on Reuters
Stuart Grant says its courts and politicians are too keen to woo corporations. Read more on Financial Times
Stuart Grant likes to tell folks that he spent time around horses growing up in Brooklyn, N. Y. Thing is, the horses all had cops on their backs.
Grant is the proud breeder of Pennsylvania-bred colt Mor Spirit who was born at Derry Meeting Farm. The dark bay colt is considered one of the top West Coast contenders for the Kentucky Derby. Mor Spirit made his 3-year-old debut with an impressive win in the $150,000 Robert B. Lewis Stakes (Grade-3) at Santa Anita on Feb. 6. The victory stamped the colt as the dominant 3-year-old in the barn of Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert. Read more on East Coast Equestrian
The Elkstone Group is the name used by Delaware attorney Stuart Grant, who owns the Camden Training Center in South Carolina. The 360-acre facility opened in 1935. Read more on Trainer