Greg Castro has close to 30 years of litigation experience. He concentrates his practice in complex commercial litigation, including business torts, intellectual property and patent infringement. He has appeared in federal and state courts across the nation on matters relating to intellectual property, antitrust, personal injury, insurance coverage and bad faith. He served as co-counsel in a patent/anti-trust lawsuit wherein he won for his clients a $20,000,000 patent and anti-trust verdict which ultimately was reviewed and affirmed by the United States Supreme Court – Unitherm Food Sys., Inc. v. Swift Eckrich, Inc., 546 U.S. 394. Unitherm is recognized as Supreme Court precedent for the requirement of a Rule 50(b) motion for challenges to the sufficiency of evidence.Mr. Castro’s experience also includes representing insurers against allegations of insurance bad faith and other companies in prosecution and defense of business related torts and disputes.