January 7, 2013 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC announced today that Paul J. Greco has joined the firm as counsel in its Litigation Section.
Greco has more than 20 years of experience in representing clients involved in complex litigation. His practice is currently focused on the protection of intellectual property rights and related business interests arising out of employment relationships. Greco regularly handles restrictive covenant disputes, trade secret litigation, computer fraud and abuse matters, and unfair competition claims in several industries, including especially in the medical device field.
Greco joins Buchanan from Conrad O’Brien PC, a highly respected litigation boutique where he has been a partner for the last ten years. Greco began his career at Morgan Lewis & Bockius, and during his 13 year tenure there, he was a member of the firm’s Business & Commercial Litigation Practice Group.
“I’m eager to hit the ground running and honored to have the chance to work with a very talented team of lawyers at Buchanan,” said Greco. “The firm’s client-first mentality and diverse service offerings will give me even more tools to meet the needs of both existing and new clients.”
Joe Dougherty, managing shareholder of the firm’s Philadelphia office and chair of its Trade Secrets and Restrictive Covenants Practice, added “Paul is a great fit for our firm. He will further strengthen our complex litigation capabilities and provide added depth to our robust trade secrets and restrictive covenants practice, especially in the medical device industry, where Paul has significant experience.”
Greco received his law degree from the Columbia University School of Law, where he was a Harlan Fiske Scholar. Greco earned his undergraduate degree in Finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated magna cum laude.
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