Matt’s practice encompasses a wide range of business litigation and class action defense, with an emphasis on consumer fraud and privacy claims. He has extensive experience defending complex claims in both state and federal courts. Matt has also successfully defended corporations in claims brought under the Copyright Act.
He has succeeded in bringing early dispositive issues before the courts and saving costs associated with discovery, and is skilled in early and efficient dispute resolution, including mediation and class action settlements. Clients trust him because he has a keen understanding of their business and develops common-sense, business-minded and creative strategies to help resolve matters as efficiently as possible.
In law school, Matt was chief submissions editor of the UCLA School of Law’s Entertainment Law Review. Throughout law school, Matt participated in a variety of pro bono programs, including the courtroom advocates program. Today, Matt maintains a pro bono practice, in which he counsels clients in matters related to immigration and domestic violence.
- University of California - Los Angeles (JD)
- New York University (BA, with distinction)
- Represented a leading manufacturer of oral health products in a class action involving violations of the California Consumer Legal Remedies Act, the California False Advertising Law, the California Unfair Competition Law, breach of express warranty, breach of the implied warranty of merchantability and for fraud and negligent misrepresentation. Successfully secured a dismissal of all claims and won sanctions against Plaintiffs’ counsel.