Matthew F. Lintner rejoined Morris James as a partner in the corporate and commercial litigation group.
His practice focuses on corporate governance, corporate investigations, unfair trade practices and complex commercial matters.
In 2012, Lintner was appointed by then-Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden to be the director of the Fraud and Consumer Protection Division for the Delaware Department of Justice, and in that position he was responsible for all civil and criminal enforcement under the securities, antitrust, consumer protection, data security and unfair competition laws in the state. Lintner was also responsible for the prosecution of all corporate fraud, heath care fraud and charity fraud in Delaware.
Prior to his appointment, he represented clients in corporate governance, business tort, trust and contract actions, including trade secret and unfair competition claims. In addition to serving as a partner at Morris James, he previously served as a partner in an Am Law 100 firm in California.
Lintner graduated from Stanford Law School in 1990.