The Delaware office of Greenberg Traurig added Benjamin Schladweiler as a shareholder to its intellectual property and technology practice.
Schladweiler joins from Ross Aronstam & Moritz where he was a partner. Also joining the office is litigation associate Samuel L. Moultrie who joins from Wilks, Lukoff & Bracegirdle.
Schladweiler litigates complex civil and intellectual property disputes, with a particular focus on patent litigation, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, as well as in other federal and state courts. He represents clients in matters arising from diverse technologies, ranging from the electronic arts (including software and semiconductors) to pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Moultrie focuses his practice on complex litigation involving corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, books-and-records demands, and securities law in Delaware state and federal courts, including the Delaware Court of Chancery. He also represents companies in cases involving trade secrets, tortious interference and other related claims.