Frank has been practicing law for over 17 years, representing entrepreneurs, emerging growth companies, venture capital firms and investors. He focuses his practice on assisting clients in solving business problems, executing business strategies and achieving critical business objectives.
Frank regularly counsels public and private companies and investors in corporate transactions, corporate governance matters and securities law compliance matters. He has extensive experience with public and private mergers and acquisitions, asset acquisitions and dispositions, private placements and venture capital financings. He has represented numerous private and public companies in the acquisition and sale of full business enterprises, subsidiaries, divisions, and other select assets.
Frank is a member of the Yurok Tribe of California and is admitted to practice in tribal courts in Arizona, California and Nevada. He advises clients on a wide range of tribal related matters, including federal Indian law, gaming, energy and other economic development opportunities. He has experience in numerous Native American issues, including sovereign immunity, tribal sovereignty, the Indian Gaming and Regulatory Act, tribal compacts, tribal contracts and leases, and Indian tax issues.
Mr. Grant earned a MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a JD from Stanford Law School. He also earned a BA with High Honors in Economics and Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley. Mr. Grant is licensed to practice law in California and Tribal Courts in California, Nevada and Arizona.