Francesco Sciaudone, Managing Partner of GA: “We are convinced that being present in an environment of growth and innovation with Stephanie Granato’s boutique is the best way to be present for all our clients on the west coast“. Stepfhanie Granato: “We are honoured to be part of an international firm that is increasingly gaining ground in the professional services market”
By Robert Crowe
The Grimaldi Alliance, one of Italy’s leading international law firms, thanks to the work of Managing Partner Francesco Sciaudone, now has a new strategic partner in the United States, Granato Office Law in Los Angeles, a fast-growing law firm operating in California, one of the world’s fastest growing and most innovative regions.
The Firm – with its two offices in Los Angeles and Hollywood – was founded by Stephanie Granato, who boasts a 20-year career as a business lawyer, having represented major US corporations and highly successful start-ups. Specializing in different practice areas, she has specific know-how in the fields of technology, media, entertainment and distribution.
“We believe that operating in a context of growth and innovation with Stephanie Granato’s boutique law firm is the best way to be present for all our clients on the West Coast,” stated Francesco Sciaudone, Managing Partner of Grimaldi Alliance.
“We are honored to be part of an international Firm that is increasingly gaining ground in the professional services market. We are ready to provide our contribution to Grimaldi Alliance’s clients by meeting the highest international standards“, commented Stephanie Granato, Managing Partner of Granato Office Law in Los Angeles.
Today, Grimaldi Alliance is present in Milan, Rome, Bari, Parma, Naples, Padua, Verona, Turin, Treviso, Brussels, London, Paris, Lugano, New York (with approximately 500 professionals) and in over 70 jurisdictions worldwide with over 2000 professionals in the following Countries: Albania, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, China, Cyprus, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, United Arab Emirates, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Iraq, Italy, Luxembourg, Malaysia, North Macedonia, Morocco, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Dominican Republic, Slovak Republic, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, South Africa, Tunisia, Turkey, Hungary, Uruguay and the USA. New entries are expected in the coming weeks.
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