Matthew’s work is focused on enterprise-level data management and software development. He has worked with clients including Fresenius Medical Care, Raytheon, Bose, Jabil Circuits, and CAT Global Mining.
Before joining Mintz, Matthew was a technology consultant and application architect for a technology corporation in the Boston area. There, he configured and implemented software and worked with product and business development teams. He has previously worked as an intern with a power company, where his efforts were focused on the use of alternative fuel sources, and also with Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he performed research surrounding molten alloy composition detection via x-ray fluorescence.
- Suffolk University Law School (JD)
- Boston University (BS, Mechanical Engineering)
- Successful Defense of 12 IPRs – Three Dimensional Structure Memory Mintz Levin is representing Elm 3DS Innovations in a series of 14 IPRs filed by leading technology companies, including SK Hynix, Micron, and Samsung. We were hired as replacement counsel following institution of the IPRs which had been filed in late 2015 and early 2016. Final Written decisions in the proceedings were received in June and August 2017 and confirmed validity of all but 2 of 107 challenged claims. IPR2016-00386, IPR2016-00387, IPR2016-00388, IPR2016-00389, IPR2016-00390, IPR2016-00391, IPR2016-00393, IPR2016-00394, IPR2016-00395, IPR2016-00687, IPR2016-00691, IPR2016-00708, IPR2016-00770, IPR2016-00786