J. J. Cranmore

Partner

T. 860. 522. 9100 ext. 231

F. 860. 522. 3379

J. J. Cranmore

Partner

 

Jody Cranmore represents financial institutions in a wide variety of  matters, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and significant supervisory issues, governance, reorganizations, and fiduciary activities.  He has over 35 years of experience representing the legal needs of financial institutions, and his work in Financial Services Regulation Law helped the firm achieve Tier 1 status in the U.S. News & World Report rankings.  

 

Prior to founding Cranmore, FitzGerald & Meaney, Jody served as counsel to the Office of the Comptroller of Currency in Washington, DC and New York, NY. 

 

He has authored a variety of books and articles relating to his practice, as well as co-authoring multiple editions of Banking Law, a comprehensive treatise published by Matthew Bender.  Jody has also spoken at numerous conferences and seminars about solutions to the issues facing financial institutions.

 Education 
 
​  Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M.   
  Securities Regulation
  Catholic University of America
  Columbus School of Law, J.D.
  Law Review

  Bates College, B.A.
  Suffield Academy
 Professional Affiliations
 
  Connecticut Bar Association
       Business Law Section
       Financial Institutions Section
  Connecticut Community Bankers Association
  District of Columbia Bar Association
  Massachusetts Bar Association
  New Hampshire Bankers Association