Matt is the Section Head for the Intellectual Property Section at Mintz Levin. He is a trial lawyer who represents companies in complex business disputes in federal and state courts throughout the country and before arbitration panels.
The primary focus of Matt’s practice is the representation of life sciences companies in disputes involving collaboration agreements, patent licenses, supplier agreements, and distribution contracts. Matt has a deep understanding of the legal and business issues that arise in the life sciences industry and vast experience resolving disagreements over research, development, commercialization, licensing, royalties, and distribution. Matt also represents companies in patent, trademark, copyright, and other intellectual property disputes, and in the past he has handled litigation over real property, employment-related disputes, and bankruptcy court litigation. He also frequently counsels clients on ways to avoid litigation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew C. Hurley