Utilizing a wealth of trial and appellate advocacy experience, Todd Schiltz represents public and private companies in complex business litigation. Todd regularly defends corporations, directors, special committees, officers and employees in class and shareholder derivative actions involving securities laws, breach of fiduciary duty, governance disputes and merger and acquisition transactions. Drawing on deep experience with securities, financial services, corporate governance and employment laws, he provides strategic counsel to clients in various industries on transactional matters and business planning, assessing potential liability and developing action plans to prevent or minimize litigation risks.
With more than 25 years of experience practicing in Delaware, Todd is a recognized authority on Delaware corporate and transactional law – topics that shape business throughout the world. Todd provides crucial advisory and litigation services on matters related to statutory and contractual disputes, corporate control, corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions, including post-closing disputes involving fraud and other claims. He also guides boards and board committees through investigations and transactional issues.