Stephen Neal is member of FisherBroyles LLP. Strategic legal counsel with intellectual versatility, precise execution, exceptional ability to measure risk, and strong team leadership, according to an advanced leadership analysis used by Fortune 500 companies worldwide.
Mr. Neal is a highly skilled litigator whose practice primarily focuses on complex civil and commercial litigation and RICO cases. Mr. Neal has a broad range of experience handling contract, business and other tort, fraud, RICO, computer crimes/unlawful surveillance, FTC enforcement, investigations, employment, intellectual property, fee petitions, and administrative actions before state and federal trial and appellate courts and arbitration panels. Mr. Neal is experienced in all phases of litigation, including pre-litigation counseling and strategic advice, pleadings, discovery, law and motion practice, injunctions, evidentiary hearings, trials, arbitrations, appeals, and complex settlements. Mr. Neal performs these services for individual and corporate clients across the country.
Prior to joining FisherBroyles, LLP, Mr. Neal was a law clerk to a Chief Judge and partner with DiMuroGinsberg, P.C. and Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, a national law firm, working in the Washington, DC and Los Angeles, California offices. While at Manatt, Mr. Neal had extensive involvement in firm governance, including the recruiting committee, the associate committee, the firm professional resources committee (with emphasis on associate and partner hiring), the intake committee, the firm management committee (as an associate), and the summer associate committee.
Mr. Neal is admitted to the North Carolina Supreme Court, the Virginia Supreme Court, and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals; United States District Courts for the District of Columbia, North Carolina, Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia, Maryland, and the Western District of Michigan; United States Court of Federal Claims; United States Courts of Appeals for the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Federal, and District of Columbia Circuits; and the Supreme Court of the United States.
- University of North Carolina School of Law, J.D., 1993
- Duke University, A.B., 1989
- University of Virginia Trial Advocacy Institute, 2004
- North Carolina
- District of Columbia
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