According to Jay Eisenhofer, back in the 1990s he and law firm co-founder Stuart Grant made the move from corporate defense to the plaintiffs’ side because they wanted to “be on the side of the good guys.”

By now, nearly 10 years after the two started Grant & Eisenhofer in Wilmington, Del., they’ve represented quite a few institutional investors charged with guarding and growing the nest eggs of working people. With the success the firm has had in high-profile securities and corporate governance litigation, perhaps their clients see them as the guys in the white hats.

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