Phil is a trial lawyer. Although he will search for creative legal and business solutions for his clients, his more than two decades of trial experience for both publicly traded and privately held companies in state and federal courts throughout the country have taught him that some cases simply have to be tried to verdict. Representing companies that have both been wronged and accused of wrongdoing, Phil has honed his trial skills in cases involving complex business litigation (including fraudulent transfer and equitable subordination cases in federal bankruptcy court) and commercial torts (including unfair trade practices, fraud and misappropriation of trade secrets). Employing a strong work ethic and a comprehensive knowledge of his client’s business and industry—all while keeping legal costs in check—Phil’s clients have achieved successful results from verdicts to, when appropriate, favorable pre-trial resolutions.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Philip J. Mohr