Saul Ewing Welcomes New Attorneys

Sunday, June 1, 2008 - 01:00

Saul Ewing LLP has announced the addition of L. Oliver Frey to its Philadelphia office as a partner in the Litigation Department. He will concentrate his practice in complex commercial litigation and employment law.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Frey was a shareholder in, and founding member of a Philadelphia-based, mid-sized firm. During his 19-year tenure, Mr. Frey tried many cases to verdict in state and federal courtrooms throughout the United States.

In addition to his law practice, Mr. Frey is frequently tapped to speak on employment matters and has conducted numerous seminars on employment law, electronic discovery and ADA compliance. He is knowledgeable in using computer-driven email discovery analysis techniques in civil and criminal investigations.

Saul Ewing LLP has announced the addition of Gregory S. Bernabeo, Stephen J. Driscoll, Theodore Naccarella and Mark D. Simpson as Partners in the Firm's Intellectual Property and Technology (IP/T) Practice Group in its Philadelphia office. Prior to joining Saul Ewing, all were partners at Synnestvedt & Lechner LLP. Each of the four holds both law and engineering/technical degrees, and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office as well as admitted to practice before various federal and state courts.

Gregory Bernabeo's 11 years of practice have focused on patent procurement in the mechanical, electromechanical and computer science arts. Stephen Driscoll brings 15 years of experience, in litigation, counseling, and patent and trademark procurement, with an emphasis in the fiber optic, software and chemical arts. Ted Naccarella, with 21 years in practice, specializes in the electronics, computer software and hardware and medical devices fields. His practice spans the full range of intellectual property law. Mark Simpson brings 23 years of experience in IP law and focuses on patent procurement in the electrical, computer software/hardware, networking, telecommunication, electromechanical, and business method arts, and related IP counseling and litigation.