Grant J. Keating
In Cuyahoga County, call 216.861.4211
Grant’s practice focuses on Business Law and Commercial Litigation. During his career, he has successfully represented a wide variety of business clients at trials, appeals and alternative dispute resolution. Grant has extensive experience in the following areas of law: director and officer liability, minority shareholder rights, breach of contract, commercial lease disputes, banking, construction disputes, creditor’s rights, e-commerce, employment disputes, environmental litigation, mechanic’s liens, property rights, professional negligence, receivers, stock fraud, defamation, foreclosure, international discovery assistance, commercial loan workouts, the Uniform Commercial Code, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991, and Ohio’s Consumer Sales Practices Act.
Grant joined Dworken & Bernstein in 2007 and primarily practices in the firm’s business and commercial litigation department. His undergraduate education was completed in 2001 at Ithaca College where he received a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Psychology, and co-authored and presented studies on juror member decision-making to the American Psychological Association.
Areas of Practice:
Education & Court Admissions:
Case Western Reserve University Law School, Cleveland, Ohio, May, 2005
U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio, December, 2005
U.S. District Court Southern District of Ohio, August, 2014
U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York December, 2010
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, December, 2011
Associations & Memberships:
Ohio State Bar Association
Lake County Bar Association
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
William K. Thomas Inn of Court
Leadership & Honors:
Super Lawyers, Rising Stars 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017
Martindale Hubbell AV-rated
Waiting Child Fund, Committee Member
Mock Trial Advisor to Andrews Osborne Academy
Battle of the Briefcases, Harvest for Hunger Campaign Cleveland Food Bank, Chair
On a Personal Note:
Grant is an avid fan of standup comedy and a long suffering Cleveland sports fan.