University of Illinois College of Law,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
Thompson Coburn LLP
Matthew represents public and private companies across the country on a wide range of corporate matters while providing comprehensive advice on corporate and business issues, including mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance and significant corporate transactions.
His practice includes all aspects of M&A transactions, including cross-departmental due diligence, drafting and negotiating definitive purchase agreements, and advising on corporate entity strategy and formation and commercial contract matters, including various types of supply agreements, RFPs, MSAs, SOWs, terms and conditions and UCC applicability.
Matthew has also advised trade associations and nonprofit corporations on various corporate governance matters, including bylaws structuring, tax exemption applications and administrative, governance and risk management issues. Additionally, he has advised entities in advanced planning matters in relation to pre-liquidity, family office formation, capital structures of stock and Series LLC compliance.
Prior to joining the Firm, Matthew worked in the corporate and securities department of another large law firm. He also acted as in-house legal counsel for a nonprofit sports association.
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