McGlinchey Stafford Member Grodner Elected Treasurer Of American College Of Commercial Finance Lawyers

R. Marshall Grodner

BATON ROUGE – McGlinchey Stafford PLLC announced R. Marshall Grodner, a Member in the firm’s Baton Rouge office, has been elected Treasurer of the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers (ACCFL).

         Grodner was installed in this new officer-level role during ACCFL’s 2017 Annual Meeting and Dinner, Saturday, April 8, in New Orleans.

         Grodner’s practice focuses primarily in commercial transactions, secured transactions, commercial finance, opinion letters, commercial real estate and gaming law. Known for his experience in secured lending, Grodner has an extensive practice representing both Louisiana and out-of-state lenders in numerous large commercial finance transactions, locally, regionally and nationally, firm reps said. He is a Fellow and past Regent within ACCFL, and previously served as the organization’s Content Chair. Grodner received his J.D. from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, in 1990.

         ACCFL is a professional organization dedicated to promoting the field of commercial finance law through education, legislative reform, and the recognition of distinguished practitioners, jurists, and academics. The College offers a venue to promote and recognize outstanding achievement and advances in the field of commercial finance law and has established itself as a prominent honorary society of remarkable collegiality and as a learned, active, and influential participant in the field of commercial finance law. Nearly 300 preeminent practitioners and scholars have been inducted as Fellows of ACCFL since its founding.

         McGlinchey Stafford is a full-service law firm providing innovative legal counsel to business clients nationwide, firm reps said. Guiding clients wherever business and law intersect, McGlinchey Stafford’s 200 attorneys are based in 13 offices in Alabama, California, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, Ohio, Texas, and Washington, D.C., they said.

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