Matt is a litigator who represents Fortune 500 companies including health care providers, financial institutions, and pharmaceuticals manufacturers in complex commercial disputes as well as white collar and regulatory investigations.
Prior to joining Mintz, Matt was a litigation associate in the Boston office of a national law firm, where he worked on a litigation team representing a large health care provider in a law suit against a health care network and payer defendants as well as in disputes with insurers and payers, including government entities. In addition, Matt advised a pharmaceutical manufacturer in an internal investigation concerning a criminal case brought against a former employee and counseled a Fortune 500 company in a lawsuit against a subtenant for failure to pay rent under subleases.
Earlier, as a litigation associate in the New York office of an international law firm, Matt represented Fortune 500 companies, global investment banks, funds, and other financial institutions in securities, antitrust, and commercial disputes as well as in white collar and regulatory investigation matters.
While earning his law degree, Matt served as a judicial clerk extern for the Honorable Laura Taylor Swain, Chief US District Judge for the Southern District of New York. In addition, he was an immigration law unit extern for the Legal Aid Society and a criminal division intern for the US Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of New York.
In law school, Matt was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and a managing editor of the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law.
- Columbia Law School (JD)
- University of Notre Dame (BA)