Board of Directors


Jay Eisenhofer, ESQ.

Jay Eisenhofer, co-founder and managing director of Grant & Eisenhofer P.A., has been counsel in more multi-hundred million dollar cases than any other securities litigator, including the $3.2 billion settlement in the Tyco case, the $922 million UnitedHealth Group settlement, the $486 million settlement with Pfizer, the $450 million settlement in the Global Crossing case, a $400 million settlement with Marsh & McLennan, a $303 million settlement with General Motors and a $300 million settlement with DaimlerChrysler. Internationally, Mr. Eisenhofer has organized cases on behalf of investors leading to substantial recoveries, including the $1.36 billion settlement with Fortis in the Netherlands, the $1 billion recovery against Royal Bank of Scotland in the United Kingdom, and the historic $450 million pan-European settlement in the Royal Dutch Shell case in the Netherlands. Mr. Eisenhofer was also the lead attorney in the seminal cases of American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees, Employees Pension Plan v. American International Group, Inc., where the U.S. Court of Appeals required shareholder proxy access reversing years of SEC no-action letters, and Carmody v. Toll Brothers, wherein the Delaware Court of Chancery first ruled that so-called “dead-hand” poison pills violated Delaware law.

Mr. Eisenhofer has served as litigation counsel to many public and private institutional investors, including, among others, Amalgamated Bank, APG Asset Management, California Public Employees Retirement System, California State Teachers Retirement System, Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association, the Florida State Board of Administration, John Hancock, Louisiana State Employees Retirement System, New York City Retirement Funds, Inc., and Service Employees International Union.

Mr. Eisenhofer is consistently ranked as a leading securities and corporate governance litigator and he has been named by Lawdragon to its annual list of the top 500 lawyers in America for several consecutive years. He is also recognized by Benchmark Litigation as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers. The National Law Journal has selected Grant & Eisenhofer to its “Plaintiffs’ Hot List” as one of the top plaintiffs’ law firms in the country since the List’s inception, earning the firm a place in The National Law Journal’s “Plaintiffs’ Hot List Hall Of Fame” in 2008, as well as to its list of “Elite Trial Lawyers: The 50 Leading Plaintiffs Firms in America” since commencement of the list. The firm has been selected as a “Most Feared Plaintiffs Firm” by Law360 as “one of the most high-profile shareholder and whistleblower advocates in the country, securing record-high cash settlements.” U.S. News & World Report has also repeatedly named Grant & Eisenhofer to its list of “Best Law Firms” in the fields of Securities Litigation, Commercial Litigation, and Corporate Law. Mr. Eisenhofer is rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell.

Mr. Eisenhofer serves as a member of the NYU Law School Advisory Board for the Center on Civil Justice, and as co-chair for the Securities Litigation Committee of the American Association for Justice. Mr. Eisenhofer currently serves as a member of the New York City Mayor’s Advisory Board for the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, and also serves as an ex-officio Trustee on the Board of Trustees of the American Museum of Natural History. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, and a 1986 magna cum laude graduate of Villanova University School of Law, Order of the Coif. He was a law clerk to the Honorable Vincent A. Cirillo, President Judge of the Pennsylvania Superior Court and thereafter joined the Wilmington office of Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom. Mr. Eisenhofer was a partner in the Wilmington office of Blank Rome Comisky & McCauley until forming Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. in 1997.


Steven Frank

Steven Frank graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Texas at Austin with a major in Classical Literature and Languages. He attended Columbia University as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow in Classics and earned his J.D. from the University of Texas as a member of the Order of the Coif. He spent his professional career at the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., first as a trial lawyer and then for twenty-five years as a Senior Appellate Counsel in the Civil Division, where he argued over 100 cases before all thirteen of the federal courts of appeals. Mr. Frank represented the government in defense of the constitutionality of Acts of Congress and the lawfulness of agency regulations. He specialized in cases involving the right to privacy under the Freedom of Information Act, as well as cases arising under the Federal Tort Claims Act, the False Claims Act, and in cases representing individual federal officials sued in their individual capacities. Mr. Frank also prepared petitions and briefs in the U.S. Supreme Court for the Department’s Solicitor General’s Office. His op-ed pieces focusing on Israel and Jewish rights have appeared in the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Jerusalem Post, Moment Magazine, the Times of Israel, and the Huffington Post, among other places.  Mr. Frank is retired and resides in Washington, D.C.


Brooke Goldstein, Esq.

Brooke Goldstein is a New York City-based human rights attorney, author, and award-winning filmmaker. She serves as Executive Director of The Lawfare Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about and facilitating a response to the abuse of Western legal systems and human rights law. Brooke is also the founder and director of the Children’s Rights Institute (CRI), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to track, spotlight, and legally combat violations of children’s basic human rights around the world. CRI has a special focus on the state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of children to become suicide-homicide bombers, child soldiers, and human shields.

Brooke’s first book, co-authored with Aaron Eitan Meyer and entitled Lawfare: The War Against Free Speech: A First Amendment Guide For Reporting in an Age of Islamist Lawfare, gives practical guidance to journalists who wish to speak truthfully about the national security threats faced by liberal democracies. The book is available here.

Brooke’s award-winning documentary film, The Making of a Martyr, uncovers the illegal, state-sponsored indoctrination and recruitment of Palestinian children for suicide-homicide attacks. Filming Martyr, Brooke secured firsthand interviews with active and armed members of the Al-Aqsa, Fatah, Islamic Jihad, and Hamas terrorist groups as well as with families of suicide bombers, children imprisoned for attempting to blow themselves up, teachers at terrorist-run schools, and others involved in the phenomenon of child suicide bombing. Martyris currently broadcast on television stations throughout the globe and is ranked as IMDb’s seventh most popular title on the West Bank.

Brooke is a regular commentator on FOX News and has been featured in several media, including CNN, The New York SunSwindle MagazineDefense Technology International, and on WABC News Talk Radio, and has been published in a variety of sources, including the New York Daily NewsCommentary MagazineThe American SpectatorThe Counter Terrorist MagazineSpecial Ops Magazine, and others.

Brooke is a seasoned public speaker and has lectured and taught seminars at numerous schools, including the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York University, Berkeley University, Stanford University, and others. Brooke has also been invited to brief government officials at the U.S. State Department, the White House, the Pentagon, the U.K. Parliament, and U.S. Central Command on issues of asymmetric warfare and human rights.

Brooke is the 2007 recipient of the E. Nathaniel Gates Award for Outstanding Public Advocacy and the 2009 Inspire! Award bestowed by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, was listed in 2009 as one of “36 Under 36 Young Innovators” by the Jewish Week, formerly served as an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute, and is currently a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations, an associate fellow at the Henry Jackson Society, a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute, a member of the Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s (SPME) Council of Scholars, an advisory board member of Belev Echad Charity, and a board member of The Mideast Reporter. She is also a recipient of The Blue Card’s 2016 The Irene Hizme Tikkun Olam Award, the UJA’s 2017 Defender of Israel award, and Belev Echad Charity’s 2015 Pillar of Courage award.

From 2007-2009, Brooke served as director of the Legal Project at the Middle East Forum, an organization that arranges financial support for and pro-bono legal representation of persons wrongfully sued for exercising their right to free speech on issues of national security and public concern.

Additionally, Brooke is the co-founder of A2B Film Productions, Inc., a Canada-based independent documentary film production company focused on creating films that explore issues ignored by the mainstream media.

Canadian born, Brooke earned her B.A. from McGill University and received her J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She also attended Columbia University and University of Toronto’s exchange programs.


Henry Shiner

Henry A. Shiner is a Toronto, Canada-based investor and investment manager, with a career background as a strategic management consultant and international investment banker who focused on the high tech, cleantech, and alternative energy spaces. 

After assisting in transforming Shiner Investments, his family’s 50 year old holding company, from its core operations in the footwear manufacturing, fur cleaning and fur storage businesses, into a real estate and money management entity, Henry founded and became the Managing Director of The Aeon Group. Aeon is a privately held investment and strategic management consulting company which provides ongoing advisory services to Shiner Investments and the broader market. Over the past 15+ years, The Aeon Group, both on its own and in conjunction with its international network of strategic partners, has advised over 100 companies from a broad range of industries on capital market and other strategic management issues.

In June of 2013, Henry lead a consortium of partners that successfully won the court-supervised auction of Israeli startup BetterPlace EV Co., one of the most recognized cleantech VC ventures in the world that had attempted to transform the automobile industry behind a record $850MM of venture capital financing.

In the fall of 2009, Henry was invited to join the high tech, cleantech and energy (traditional and alternative) investment banking group at D&D Securities Inc. (now Dominick Capital Corporation), a full-service investment dealer, headquartered in Toronto, Canada. Dominick is part of the 145-year-old Dominick & Dickerman LLC investment firm located in New York City and Basel, Switzerland. In November 2016, Henry became a Managing Director of Iberica Investments International Pte Ltd, a Singapore domiciled Family Office & Fund Mangement Company that operates as a special situation investment fund with the ability to take advantage of private equity, venture capital, and other structured financing and trading opportunities within its expertise.

Henry is currently a Director of Toronto-based technology company Gesturetek Inc., the inventor and world leading pioneer of 2D & 3D camera-based video gesture control, whose technology is used for the XBox Kinnect. Henry also sits on the Business Advisory Board of, a social media platform catering to the needs of schools, and is an Executive Producer involved in the film, TV, fashion and music spaces. Henry currently works with some of Canada’s top fashion designers, international music awards and fashion shows, as well as other well-known entertainment & media personalities.