Paul B. Maslo


Paul leads Napoli Shkolnik’s Class Actions and Commercial Litigation Department. Prior to joining the firm as a partner in early 2016, Paul was a litigation associate at Boies, Schiller & Flexner.

Paul has extensive experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in litigation involving securities, employment issues, antitrust violations, business torts, contractual disputes, valuation, pharmaceuticals, consumer claims, and the sale of art. His cases are routinely covered by both the mainstream media—e.g., The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, The Dallas Morning News, Reuters, and Bloomberg—and legal press.

In addition to litigating complex cases, Paul has published in several of the country’s most well-regarded law reviews and legal journals, including the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, University of Michigan Law Review, New York University Journal of Law & Business, University of Michigan Journal of Private Equity & Venture Capital Law, University of Virginia Journal of International Law, Washington University Law Review, and Berkeley Journal of International Law. He also authored a chapter in a treatise published by Oxford University Press and has written articles in several professional journals.

Paul attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School and studied finance at the Wharton School of Business. He wrote his law school graduation paper under the guidance of the Honorable Kent A. Jordan, U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.

Before law school, Paul attended graduate school at Johns Hopkins University, where he studied biology. He also worked at Morgan Stanley and as a Grant-Funded Research Assistant at Harvard Medical School. As an undergraduate biology major in the College of Arts & Sciences at Cornell University, Paul was the recipient of research fellowships from Princeton University (awarded to less than 10% of the applicants) and Rockefeller University (awarded to less than 3% of the applicants). In addition, Paul was offered research fellowships at the Yale School of Medicine, California Institute of Technology, and University of California San Francisco School of Medicine.

Research that Paul contributed to at Harvard was presented at the International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology in Prague, Czech Republic and the Yeast Biology Meeting at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York.