Griffin has been a practicing attorney for 21 years. After serving a six-year commission in the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps, he transitioned into a civilian practice that focused on business law and commercial litigation. His practice has concentrated on business transactions, with a concentration on mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financing, and restructuring financially distressed companies. Griffin worked in boutique litigation and insolvency firms and a large regional firm with a specialization in Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganizations and turnarounds before starting his own boutique firm that focused on transactional and restructuring work. His clients include publicly traded and private companies, business owners, officers and directors, private equity investment firms, healthcare facilities, medical device providers, electric companies, aerospace and automotive dealers, retail chains, franchisees, insurance underwriters, real estate developers, contractors, and technology firms in connection with financial distress situations. Griffin has represented clients in state and federal courts and handled appellate litigation, to include over 70 trials and successfully briefing and arguing a case before the United States Supreme Court. In addition to his law firm, Griffin owns several real estate title insurance companies and serves as outside counsel to multiple real estate brokerages on compliance and licensing matters.

At Capstan, Griffin serves as general counsel and also performs operational work helping to increase efficiencies, build management teams, provide restructuring advisory services, and designing and executing strategies at the highest level.

Purdue University, BA in History
Indiana University Maurer School of Law, JD
Vanderbilt University, MBA