Deirdre L. Fletcher

J.D. Harvard Law School, 1995
B.S., magna cum laude, The Wharton School of
the University of Pennsylvania, 1988

Deirdre Fletcher focuses on corporate law, transactional matters and commercial counseling. Prior to law school, she worked as an investment banker in international capital markets. Utilizing this valuable experience, she joined a large corporate law firm in 1995 as a corporate and securities associate representing domestic and international clients. She has worked with KB&G since 2007, being elevated to the position of “Of Counsel” in 2009.

She has experience in a wide variety of industries, including media, entertainment, communications, packaged and consumer goods, apparel and venture capital. At KB&G, her practice includes mergers and acquisitions, business consultation, securities law issues, venture capital investments and banking, financial and commercial contracts.

While attending Harvard Law School, she was a member of, and articles editor for, both The Black Letter Law Journal and The Women’s Law Journal.

Deirdre is a member of the New York Bar and is admitted to the United States District Court for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York. She is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the New York State Bar Association.


I tend to operate at 1,000 miles per hour and Michael somehow manages to keep up with me. I have never seen him lose his cool or his focus. His personalized involvement and caring is extremely refreshing and allows me the freedom to devote my energies to the creative aspects of my businesses.

Renee Greenstein
Fashion Designer and on-air TV personality

I’m a currency trader. Jack writes aggressive contracts for me that are enforced. He seems to have a crystal ball because he anticipates issues and problems before they arise. He has also successfully represented me in a complex mediation. He got me what I was owed, and for that I am very grateful.

Neal Thompson
Hedge Fund Trader

Being an attorney, I can tell you that there are many firms that can analyze the legal positions but few that can utilize that knowledge and bring about an extremely positive result for the client, which KB&G has done in its representation of us.

Thomas J. Cannon, III, Esq.
Flag Wharf Inc.

Harry represented Seagram when my company purchased their Puerto Rico operations. He was talented and tough, but forthright and fair. When he left Seagram, we wanted him on our side, and we have relied on him ever since.

Felix J. Serrallés, Jr.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Destileria Serrallés, Inc.

Harry and I worked out a very complex and challenging technological agreement on behalf of Seagram and DuPont with a reluctant third party venturer. Despite the strong potential for conflicts of interest and several seeming stalemates, Harry made it work, and work well.

Jack B. Wielar
Business Consultant (Formerly: DuPont Separation Systems, Georgia Pacific, Norel Paper Company)