Mergers & Acquisitions
J.D., with honors, University of Florida Levin College of Law
B.S.B.A., with honors, University of Florida College of Business
- Majors: Computer Science, Finance and Insurance
- Minor: Economics
Stephen J. Grave de Peralta
Stephen J. Grave de Peralta has been an attorney for more than 20 years, focusing his practice exclusively on real estate and business transactions. Prior to co-founding PG Law, Stephen was an equity partner in the firm now known as Nelson Mullins Broad and Cassel, one of the largest firms in Florida and on the Eastern Seaboard, and Stephen had his own firm while serving as general counsel to several real estate and technology companies.
Stephen has extensive experience in the acquisition, disposition, financing, and development of commercial and residential real estate projects, including apartment projects, townhome and condominium projects, hotel and hospitality projects, office and warehouse buildings, shopping centers, and mixed-use projects. Stephen has advised clients in complex joint ventures and other investments in all types of businesses and hundreds of residential and commercial real estate projects. Stephen is an authorized title agent for Chicago Title Insurance Company, Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, and Attorneys' Title Fund Services.
Stephen also represents a wide range of businesses, including real estate investors and developers, software and technology companies, financial service companies, and professional and medical practices, in connection with their general business and operational issues, mergers and acquisitions, negotiation of joint ventures, employment matters, private placements and other securities issues, technology and licensing matters, and formation of corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies.
In addition to his real estate and business law practice, Stephen is also a mediator who was formerly certified by the Florida Supreme Court. Stephen has mediated disputes in a wide range of matters, including shareholder, partnership and LLC disputes, real estate loan workouts, and software and intellectual property licensing and use rights.