John C. Englander

John Englander is a trial lawyer and former co-chair of Goodwin Procter’s Litigation Group. An engineer by training, Mr. Englander devotes much of his practice to intellectual property litigation, particularly patent litigation and cases turning on the analysis and description of technology. Most recently, he was lead trial counsel defending Aereo in the landmark copyright case ABC v. Aereo. He also has extensive experience in banking and financial services litigation, with a particular focus on class action defense. For example, he was prevailing counsel for Bank of America in Kolbe v. BAC (1st circuit en banc) involving the legal principles governing lender-placed flood insurance. Mr. Englander has also litigated cases involving all manner of commercial disputes, business torts and unfair trade practices claims.

He has more than 30 years’ experience, including a clerkship with Justice William H. Rehnquist, and he is annually selected as one of Massachusetts’ top IP litigators by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.

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Areas of Practice 1) Patent Litigation, 2) Business Litigation, 3) Consumer Financial Services Litigation and 4) Appellate Litigation
Law School Boston College Law School (J.D., 1983)
Education Cornell University (B.S., 1980)
Bar Member / Association Massachusetts
Most recent firm Goodwin Procter LLP
Alan Singer
Alan Singer

Alan Singer is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Securities Practice. Mr. Singer advises companies with regard to a diverse range of corporate and securities matters.

Andrew Hamilton
Andrew Hamilton

Andrew Hamilton is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Business and Finance Practice. Mr. Hamilton practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital, securities law, and general corporate counseling.

Barbara J. Shander
Barbara J. Shander

Ms. Shander advises public and private company clients as well as private equity funds, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, dispositions, and financing transactions.