Teran, Gregory P.
Greg Teran is a partner in the firm's Litigation/Controversy Department, as well as a member of the Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group. He joined the firm in 2000.
Mr. Teran's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation. For over ten years he has represented many different clients, from billion-dollar companies to small start-ups and individuals, in patent, trade secret, copyright and trademark cases in federal and state courts, as well as the International Trade Commission. His cases have involved a wide variety of different technologies, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, semiconductor processing, integrated circuit design, software, computer networking and communications, smart-phone design, graphical user interfaces and signal power detectors.
In 2008, Mr. Teran represented six Bosnians detained in Guantanamo Bay in the first-ever habeas corpus proceeding involving Guantanamo detainees. The U.S. District Court ruled that five of WilmerHale's six clients had been unlawfully detained and ordered their release.
In 2004-2005, Mr. Teran served as a special assistant district attorney for Middlesex County, and prosecuted criminal cases on behalf of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He tried 13 criminal cases to judgment.
Honors and Awards
- Named a "Massachusetts Super Lawyers' Rising Star" in intellectual property litigation in the May 2007 issue of Boston Magazine. Named a "New England Super Lawyer" (formerly Massachusetts Super Lawyer") in 2008.
Areas of Practice
- Intellectual Property Litigation
- Litigation and Enforcement
West Practice Categories
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Bankruptcy Litigation, Class Actions, Complex Litigation, Federal Appellate Practice, Federal Claims Court, Federal Trial Practice, Intellectual Property Law, International Trade Litigation, Litigation & Appeals, Multidistrict Litigation, Patent Litigation, Securities Law, State Appellate Practice, State Trial Practice, Tax Litigation, US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, US Supreme Court
- Harvard Law School,
Honors: magna cum laude
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
BS, Electrical Engineering