Gretchen A. Maton, former general counsel and Fortune 500 commercial contracts attorney, joins Dailey LLP

Gretchen A. Maton, an experienced commercial contracts attorney, joined Dailey LLP in October of 2022. Gretchen has more than twenty years of experience advising Fortune 500 companies on commercial contracts matters both domestically and abroad. Eleven of those years were spent as General Counsel to the commercial business of a large aerospace manufacturer where she acted as a trusted legal advisor on all legal, contracts and trade compliance matters impacting the business. Most recently, Gretchen held the role of Director of Compliance for a large components manufacturer to the aerospace and industrial sectors where she advised senior management on compliance and commercial contracts. Regarding the addition of Maton, Jeff Dailey stated, “I have known Gretchen for over 20 years. She is a brilliant lawyer and a fantastic person. Based on her accomplishments to date, she could have joined any firm she wanted. We are excited she chose our firm. Gretchen expands our ability to service the day-to-day business needs of our existing clients and introduces us to a whole new segment of clients. More importantly, Gretchen shares our vision of providing value to customers by eliminating traditional law firm inefficiencies.” Regarding her decision to join Dailey LLP, Gretchen states: “I am beyond excited to join the tremendously talented team at Dailey LLP. As an attorney, Jeff has always understood the fundamental importance of cultivating relationships to bring the best service and value to his clients. He has carried that cultural imperative forward to the Dailey LLP model where ‘Relationships Matter’ is a foundational pillar of the firm. I am honored to bring my global experience in commercial contracts to this already diverse team.” Gretchen will work out of Dailey LLP’s New York office. Dailey LLP has offices in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New York, and was founded in 2019 “with a mission to transform how legal services are delivered to businesses.”