As of November 24, 2014 practicing with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP.
Carl Solomont is a trial lawyer. He focuses on complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy. A partner in the firm’s Securities and Financial Institutions Litigation Group, Carl has been handling complex litigation, class action and regulatory matters for a broad range of financial institutions and other public and private companies for 20 years. He has successfully litigated high-stakes creditors’ rights, real estate, franchise and distribution, and intellectual property matters and has tried cases to juries, judges and arbitrators in many jurisdictions across the country.
Carl has served as lead litigation counsel for Boston-area professional sports teams and venues. He represents some of the nation’s largest financial institutions in bankruptcy, lender liability and fiduciary duty matters. In real estate litigation matters, he has represented developers, lenders and commercial land owners in matters involving land use, environmental regulation, title disputes, the enforceability of purchase and sale agreements and letters of intent, and commercial landlord-tenant disputes. His intellectual property experience includes representation of clients in trademark, copyright, Internet torts and licensing litigation matters.
Carl has published articles and served as a presenter at seminars concerning trial practice, electronic discovery, creditors’ rights, real estate litigation, intellectual property, Internet privacy issues, legal ethics and sports law.
He has served as a mediator of a wide variety of civil disputes, is currently president of a regional nonprofit community mediation services program and also serves as a pre-trial court conferencer for the Boston Municipal Court.