Matthew Goeller concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation. He represents clients in both state and federal court in all facets of business litigation including breach of fiduciary duty and corporate governance claims, merger and acquisition litigation, securities litigation, patent infringement, and intellectual property litigation. He regularly advises multinational corporations, directors, officers, managers, members, and investors in connection with their rights and responsibilities under the Delaware General Corporation Law and Delaware’s alternative entity statutes.
Matthew’s practice also focuses on preventing human trafficking, forced labor, and child labor in companies’ global supply chains. He is a member of the firm’s Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative, Global Ethical Supply Chain group, and ESG – Corporate Governance group. He works extensively on a number of anti-human trafficking projects in Southeast Asia.
Matthew maintains an active pro bono practice, representing children in dependency and neglect cases for the Delaware Office of the Child Advocate.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew B. Goeller