Cara Stone, LLP (“Cara Stone”) is excited to announce the addition of Drew Morock and Megan Grantham to its New Orleans office. The addition expands Cara Stone’s litigation and real estate practice and adds estate planning to the firm’s offerings.

Drew Morock brings 5 years of commercial litigation, civil litigation, and real estate disputes to the Cara Stone team. Prior to joining the firm, Drew represented clients a wide variety of cases including civil rights actions, FINRA arbitration, complex commercial litigation, investment fraud cases, mass torts, and more. In addition, Drew brings 15 years of experience in commercial real estate brokerage and campaign consulting to his practice. Drew received his bachelor’s degree from the University of the South and his law degree from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. He is a 2007 Fellow of the Loyola University of New Orleans Institute of Politics and a current member of the Loyola University College of Law Young Alumni Board. In his spare time, he volunteers with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to benefit pediatric cancer research.

Megan Grantham brings 3 years of practice in estate planning, real estate and title, and corporate matters. Megan received her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication with a minor in Business Administration from Louisiana State University in 2012. She received her JD from Loyola University College of Law in 2017. During her time at Loyola, Megan was a member of the Maritime Law Journal and a contributor to the Current online blog. Following law school, she completed a state clerkship where she served in the 24th Judicial District Court, State of Louisiana Court of Appeal for the 4th Circuit, and United States District Court for the Eastern District.

“Drew and Megan both bring unique skill sets that make them exciting additions to the Cara Stone team,” said Mark Graffagnini, Managing Partner of Cara Stone. “Drew’s vast array of litigation and real estate experience and sharp legal instincts, and Megan’s keen understanding of estate planning principles and experience working with companies on corporate governance increase the firm’s ability to serve the Cara Stone community.”

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