Mr. Grace brings a unique background to Steinger, Iscoe & Greene in that he has extensive experience and exposure as a Biomedical Engineer. While at Arizona State University, he had the opportunity to create, design and manufacture a biotech device as well as researched its marketability, patentability, and profitability during his studies with a well established biotech company in Tempe, Arizona. He also worked for a large medical research company where he studied and assisted in advanced surgical procedures for many of the leading Biotech companies throughout the US, with extensive experience in many orthopedic procedures such as Total Knee Reconstructions, Spinal Alignments, Hip Replacement and others. This also has provided him with an exceptional understanding and foundation when it comes to tackling many of the firms medically demanding cases.
He also has extensive experience in the area of Civil Engineering where he played an integral part in several research projects funded by the National Science Foundation focusing on the use of advanced composite materials in bridges.
After graduating from Arizona State University, Mr. Grace returned to his home town of Detroit, Michigan where he attended Wayne State University Law School. While enrolled at Wayne State, Mr. Grace worked with the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office where served as an assistant prosecutor and conducted preliminary exams before a district court judge, on all types of felony cases comprising of making motions, calling and questioning witnesses on the stand, introducing evidence, submitting subpoenas, etc. He graduated law school in 2008 and subsequently moved to Florida where he is admitted to practice law today.
In his spare time, Mr. Grace enjoys golfing, travelling, ultimate frisbee, working out, relaxing at the beach and spending time with his wife.
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