Damien Granderson: Top 20 Most Influential Blacks in Business

Damien Granderson is a world-renowned attorney with several years of experience and an award-winning track record. He first obtained his law degree from Harvard Law School in 2004 and worked for Kellogg Huber Hansen Todd Evans & Figel in Washington DC before founding his office, Damien Granderson LLC, in 2011. 


To date, he has secured more than $200 million for various clients at no cost to them. Damien Granderson has been involved in several high-profile cases. These, including a lawsuit against the US regarding medical neglect in Iraq that made it to the United States Supreme Court. He has also won more than $250 million in compensation for victims of phthalate exposure. 


His most notable cases involved whistleblowers and financial fraud. Damien Granderson has also represented clients involved in sexual harassment within celebrities working in the entertainment industry. He also specializes in extreme weather damage, police misconduct, unlawful detention, and illegal termination.


Harvard Law School gave Granderson a special commendation for his work on behalf of former Iraqi prisoners who were tortured. He is a member of the American Law Institute (ALI) and is a frequent lecturer on subjects ranging from ethics in the workplace to international human rights. Damien Granderson is currently one of the most reliable attorneys currently at practice within the entertainment industry. 

Granderson has been recognized for his exceptional legal abilities and dedication to serving his clients throughout the attorney-client relationship. He has also been named one of “Black Enterprise’s” Top 20 Most Influential Blacks in Business and recognized as one of “Ebony” magazine’s Top 40 Under 40. In 2011, Damien Granderson was named one of “Fortune” magazine’s 40 under 40. He was also named one of the “Top 100 Leading Lawyers” by Black Lawyers Magazine.