May 11, 2022
GREENVILLE, S.C. – Experienced corporate/securities attorney Eric Graben has joined Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Greenville, S.C. office as a partner. He joins from Wyche Law Firm, where he was a member.
Graben represents public and private companies in corporate and securities law matters and complex transactions. He advises clients on a full range of corporate and commercial matters, including company formation and choice of entity, raising angel and venture capital, negotiating complex contracts, director and officer fiduciary duties, going public, and public company strategic transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, proxy contests, corporate reorganizations, securities offerings, and managing complex commercial relationships.
Graben has been recognized for his mergers and acquisitions practice by Chambers USA and Super Lawyers and for both corporate and securities law by the Best Lawyers in America, which also chose him for Greenville Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships) Lawyer of the Year for 2022, Corporate Lawyer of the Year in 2018, and Securities/Capital Markets Lawyer of the Year in 2014.
“Eric is well known and well respected in the South Carolina business and legal communities, and he will be a great asset to our practice group and clients,” said Neil Grayson, who leads the Firm’s Financial Services Corporate and Regulatory practice group.
Graben earned his JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, an MA and a Ph.D in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, and a BS in Physics, summa cum laude, from Clemson University.
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