Matthew focuses his practice on the trial and appeal of complex cases. His experience covers a wide array of subject matter, including large-scale commercial contracts, intellectual property, construction disputes, antitrust litigation and constitutional law. This experience helps Matthew find strategic solutions to his clients’ most difficult problems and present their cases in a manner that is clear and compelling.
Matthew has argued cases concerning matters of first impression before the North Carolina Supreme Court and North Carolina Court of Appeals, and he has tried cases to verdict in both federal and state courts. He also regularly represents clients in noncompetition, trade secret and other employment matters, and keeps an active practice enforcing clients' rights in their trademarks, copyrights and other intellectual property.
Prior to practicing law, Matthew worked in government affairs for the Tennessee Valley Authority, the nation’s largest public utility, serving as a liaison to Congress and the executive branch regarding matters of budget oversight, energy regulation and Senate confirmation of presidential nominees to the authority’s board of directors.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew F. Tilley