Steven Caponi maintains a national litigation practice with a concentration on corporate and intellectual property matters. His practice covers 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, and cybersecurity and data privacy.
Steven regularly handles matters in jurisdictions across the United States. He frequently appears before the state and federal courts in Delaware, including the Court of Chancery.
As a prominent speaker and writer, Steven is widely recognized for his practical leadership on a wide range of cybersecurity policy issues, including emerging trends, NIST Compliance, industry best practices, data breach preparedness and response, and federal and state regulation. He has become a well-known policy and substantive thought leader in the areas of cybersecurity and data privacy.
- American Bar Association
- Delaware Bar Association
- Federal District Court for the District of Delaware
- United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
- Board of Directors DuPont Country
Steven frequently lectures on cybersecurity and data security policy at the request of clients, industry trade groups and government agencies. He has also lectured as lectured for the Delaware Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association and annually teaches the Fundamentals of Civil Litigation in the District of Delaware.
- 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