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Alain Mathieu Named to National Black Lawyers 40 Under 40 List

Mintz Associate Alain P. Mathieu has been selected for inclusion by The National Black Lawyers into the organization’s Top 40 Under 40 Black Lawyers in Massachusetts. Membership in the organization is by invitation only and is limited to the top lawyers in each region, selected based on their "reputation for providing excellent legal representation and [being] leaders in their respective practice areas."

Mr. Mathieu’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including contract disputes, business litigation, and government investigations, as well as institutional class action recovery and product liability. He is an active member of the firm’s Sports & Entertainment Practice, where he counsels clients in personal business, branding and licensing, league compliance, investigations, and litigation. Mr. Mathieu is also an active member of the firm’s Institutional Class Action Recovery Practice, where he advises institutional investors with respect to the monitoring and evaluation of both foreign and domestic securities class actions. In addition, he is a key member of the firm’s interdisciplinary working group focused on the legal and policy implications of emerging artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics technologies. Mr. Mathieu represents clients across numerous industries including sports & entertainment, financial services, retail and consumer products, healthcare, and technology and software. In addition, he maintains an active pro bono practice, in which he counsels and represents clients in matters related to domestic and sexual violence, immigration, and civil appeals.

The National Black Lawyers is a professional honorary organization established to promote the nation's top black attorneys and to enhance the professional development of its members. The Top 40 Under 40 recognition was "created to celebrate legal excellence by promoting attorneys as subject-matter experts [and to develop] a strong national network of top African American attorneys."