Practice Areas


Stamoulis & Weinblatt represents clients in patent litigations before the district courts throughout the United States and appeals before the Federal Circuit. Primarily appearing in the District of Delaware and the Eastern District of Texas, the firm often represents plaintiffs, both practicing and non-practicing entities. The cases involve various technologies, including, but not limited to, software, computer hardware, electronics, telecommunications, mechanical arts and consumer products. All of the firm’s attorneys are registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.


In pharmaceutical litigation matters, often referred to as Hatch-Waxman or ANDA litigation, it is important to retain a firm that is thoroughly familiar with the district in which the case is pending. Stamoulis & Weinblatt represents both brand and generic pharmaceutical companies involved in experimental and prescription drugs and biologics. The firm will work with your team to formulate strong positions on (in)validity, (non-)infringement and claim construction at the outset of the litigation, and help you advance those positions effectively. The firm has handled many ANDA litigations in the District of Delaware and the District of New Jersey and can help guide you through the nuances of practicing before individual judges on these courts.


Stamoulis & Weinblatt handles a full range of business disputes including matters related to corporate governance, breach of fiduciary duties, financing transactions, ownership, control and management of Delaware corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies and the application of the Delaware corporation and business entity laws – the General Corporation Law, Limited Liability Company Act and Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act. The firm regularly represents companies, officers, directors, shareholders and members in litigation before the Delaware Court of Chancery and the Delaware Superior Court. The firm also works with out-of-state counsel to assist them in navigating the rules and procedures of Delaware state and federal courts, including the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware