Paul J. Walsen focuses his practice on a range of complex and multi-district litigation, including securities and shareholder derivative litigation, contract litigation, business torts and product-related consumer class action defense. Paul also has conducted internal investigations on behalf of boards of directors and special board committees. He has advised clients in a broad variety of industries, including investment management, finance, real estate investment and development, manufacturing, construction, insurance, technology and professional services. He has extensive trial experience, and has obtained and defended against emergency temporary, preliminary and permanent injunctive relief in cases involving corporate acquisitions, real estate transactions, intellectual property and other types of claims.
Before attending law school, Paul was a senior consultant within the consulting arm of what was then known as a "Big Eight" accounting firm, where he worked on a variety of mission-critical matters for clients in the automotive, financial and retail industries.
- "Delaware Supreme Court Adopts a New “Universal” Test for Establishing Demand Futility," Insights Volume 35, page 23, November 2021
- "Supreme Court Remands Securities Class Action Against Goldman Sachs Back to Second Circuit," The National Law Review, 2 August 2021
- "GOLDMAN SACHS: K&L Gates Attorneys Discuss Class Action Ruling," Class Action Reporter, 31 August 2021
- "GOLDMAN SACHS: K&L Gates Attorneys Discuss Class Action Ruling," Class Action Prospector, 28 July 2021