Stephen Wald is a complex business and intellectual property litigator who focuses his practice on telecommunications, real estate, employment, commercial transactions, licensing disputes, and environmental law.
Mr. Wald works closely with clients to prepare legal strategies that best align with business goals. He has tried cases in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts, represented clients in arbitrations, and appeared in contested proceedings before agencies that regulate telecommunications, land use, environmental protection, and employment discrimination.
An experienced trial lawyer across numerous practice areas, Mr. Wald’s previous cases have included a $1.25 million gender discrimination verdict in favor of a former Polaroid employee and the successful reclamation of worldwide trademark rights for Victorinox AG, the maker of the iconic Swiss Army Knife.
He also served as a Special Assistant Attorney General representing the Massachusetts Trial Court in connection with the Probation Department Scandal, a patronage hiring scandal that led to the criminal prosecution of top probation department officials.