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Natalie Grano is a commercial disputes associate in White & Case's New York office. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts, white collar defense and international investigations, and internal corporate investigations.
Ms. Grano has been active in a variety of pro bono matters, including representing indigent victims of domestic violence in family and matrimonial law cases; helping to draft an amicus curiae brief to the Supreme Court on behalf of a pro bon organization that protects victims of childhood sexual violence; and supervising a global research project involving over 200 lawyers and 20 White & Case offices.
Representing a leading French financial institution in connection with investigations by multiple authorities, including the European Commission, the US Department of Justice, the US CFTC, the UK SFO and the UK FCA, in relation to the setting of LIBOR and EURIBOR.
Representing an individual defendant in a fraud claim implicating multiple brokerage firms and traders at a large financial institution.
Representing an ad hoc group of minority lenders in New York state court breach of contract action arising out of bankruptcy litigation.
Representing an ad hoc group of secured lenders seeking standing to pursue claims on behalf of the bankruptcy estate of a satellite telecommunications company.