Northwestern University School of Law,
J.D., cum laude, 2015
B.A., Political Science, 2009
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Missouri USDC, Western District
Michigan USDC, Eastern District
US Ct Appeals, 2nd Circuit (CT, NY, VT)
Thompson Coburn LLP
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
Matt represents clients in complex commercial litigation and regulatory matters.
As an associate in the Firm's Business Litigation group, Matt focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and regulatory matters. Matt has experience drafting pleadings, answers, and dispositive motions; leading in-depth discovery efforts; interviewing witnesses; preparing clients for arbitrations and SEC interviews; and assisting in trial preparation.
Before joining Thompson Coburn in 2019, Matt worked as a litigator at an international law firm in New York, where he represented clients in securities class actions, shareholder derivative suits, contract disputes, professional malpractice matters, and SEC investigations, in addition to maintaining an active pro bono practice focused on criminal defense work, immigration appeals, and government litigation.
From 2015-2016, Matt clerked for the Honorable Jane J. Boyle for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas.
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