Stephanie Gratton focuses her practice on corporate finance. She has represented private companies and financial institutions in connection with the structuring, negotiating and documenting of secured and unsecured financial transactions, asset-based lending transactions, restructuring and workout transactions, and public finance transactions.
While in law school, Stephanie worked for the Corporate Lab advising private companies on various corporate matters and for the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights providing pro bono advocacy for minor children seeking asylum in the United States.
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