Grant is a litigator with experience representing clients in complex civil litigation in state and federal courts throughout the country. He has represented public and private-sector clients, including individuals and businesses of all sizes, in a wide variety of matters including breach of contract disputes, fraud, product liability and wrongful death, civil conspiracy, and environmental contamination actions.
Grant has a track record of obtaining excellent results for his clients. Representative matters include:
- Represented trucking businesses in multi-district litigation involving fraud, false advertising, and violations of consumer protection statutes by petroleum marketers, which resulted in a $24 million settlement.
- Obtained favorable settlement on behalf of a regional dairy producer in a breach of contract action against an equipment and materials supplier.
- Represented city and county governments, businesses, and individuals in litigation against BP and other responsible parties following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico; obtained recoveries totaling $10+ million.
- Represented municipal water systems in actions involving the inter-state chemical contamination of public drinking water sources.
- Represented a conservatorship managing a seven-figure settlement account on behalf of an individual with permanent brain injuries.
Grant also has an active pro bono practice. He represented a low-income homeowner whose property was damaged by a burst water main, obtaining a $25,000 settlement from the water utility in full satisfaction of the client’s damages. Grant also successfully mediated a case concerning allegations of racial and sexual discrimination by an indigent client’s former employer.
Prior to joining Miller Barondess, Grant was a litigation associate at Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles P.C. in Montgomery, Alabama. Grant received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science summa cum laude from the University of Tennessee in 2007. Grant received his Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School in 2010.
Grant is admitted to practice in New York and Alabama, and is pending admission to California.