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Graziella Pastor focuses her practice on high-stakes litigation in state and federal courts in Florida and New York, representing clients in matters involving all ranges of commercial issues, including cybersecurity hacks, commercial foreclosures, regulatory disputes, and general torts. She has experience in various aspects of litigation including preparing appellate briefs, offensive and defensive discovery, motions practice, depositions, and trial preparation. Additionally, she has represented clients at trial in small claims and immigration courts.

More recently, Graziella has focused her practice in assisting large corporations with all steps involved in cybersecurity litigation, particularly following a hacking event. She has also represented clients in commercial foreclosures for properties worth more than $90 million.

Outside of commercial litigation, Graziella has worked on election law, including work relating to PAC (political action committee) regulations. She has an extensive political law background, having interned in the U.S. Senate, the Republican National Committee, and the National Republican Senate Committee.

Graziella also maintains an active pro bono practice, successfully attaining asylum for clients in immigration court and representing indigent prisoners in appellate post-conviction proceedings.


  • Christian, Hindu, and Jewish religious coalitions' arguments adopted by Eleventh Circuit enabling Buddhist association to build new religious facility in AlabamaJones Day filed a pro bono amici brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, on behalf of the Christian Legal Society, the Hindu American Foundation, and the Coalition for Jewish Values, under federal and state religious liberty laws, in support of the right of a Buddhist association to obtain zoning approval in Mobile, Alabama for its new worship facility.
  • Wells Fargo originates $750 million “Green Loan” and amends $900 million revolving credit facility for private real estate investment fundJones Day represented Wells Fargo Bank, National Association, as administrative agent and lender, and Wells Fargo Securities LLC, as syndication agent, in connection with an unsecured term loan facility in the aggregate amount of $750 million to a real estate investment fund.