Matthew Goeller is an associate in the Wilmington office who concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation. Matthew has assisted in the representation of 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. His litigation experience includes drafting dispositive motions and briefs, deposing witnesses, and conducting complex legal and factual research.
Matthew maintains an active pro bono practice, working as a child attorney for the Delaware Office of the Child Advocate. He also works in the firm’s Anti-Trafficking Initiative.
Prior to joining the firm, Matthew served as law clerk to the Honorable Randy J. Holland and to the Honorable Gary F. Traynor in the Supreme Court of Delaware. Matthew is the founder and president of the nonprofit, Global Education Network, which is focused on serving the educational needs of schools, students, and communities around the world.
- Vice Chair of the International Law Section of the Delaware State Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Peeling Back the Business Judgment Rule: Corporate Responsibility After Chiquita, Inst. Del. Corp. & Bus. L. (May 28, 2015)
- Mentioned, "Houseman v. Sagerman, DEFAX Case No. D69488 (Del. Ch. July 20, 2021), Glasscock, V.C. (20 pages)." Delaware Law Weekly, 4 August 2021
- Mentioned, "Insurer Claims It Did Not Breach Contract In Benzene Exposure Dispute," Mealey’s Litigation Report, 29 July 2021