Stan is a dynamic and driven litigator with experience in a broad range of substantive law, including antitrust, bankruptcy, healthcare administration, intellectual property, mineral rights, securities, and various business tort claims.
He splits his practice between complex commercial litigation and sensitive internal and regulatory investigations. Having represented domestic and international corporate clients of various sizes, Stan is particularly adept at identifying his clients’ specific needs and crafting strategic solutions. He has experience in all aspects of civil litigation, ranging from preliminary risk assessment through discovery to trial. In his investigative and regulatory work, Stan is a proven leader in both sprawling government regulatory work and more sensitive internal matters.
Stan maintains an active pro bono practice, with a particular focus on legal challenges faced by America’s veterans.
Prior to entering private practice, Stan clerked for the Honorable Joseph M. McLaughlin of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit from 2005 to 2007. After his clerkship, Stan joined Sullivan & Cromwell in New York, where he worked as a litigation associate from 2007 through 2012, at which point he returned home to Virginia and joined McGuireWoods.
- Representation of large foreign alcoholic beverage company in connection with antitrust review of its acquisition of large U.S. alcoholic beverage company.
- Representation of large foreign bank in connection with DOJ/OFAC investigation into transaction processing practices.
- Representation of large film and photography corporation in connection with litigation arising from Chapter 11 proceedings.
- Representation at trial of large mobile technology corporation in patent infringement suit.
Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra UniversityJD
magna cum laude, Managing Editor of Staff, Hofstra Law Review2005
- Washington and Lee UniversityBA1998
- Speaker, Weed in the Workplace, June 10, 2021
- Hon. Joseph M. McLaughlin, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, 2005-2007