Matt Wuest is a member of the firm's Litigation and Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Groups.
Matt has represented clients in a variety of civil litigation matters, focusing on intellectual property disputes as well as other complex, commercial disputes, such as business torts, dealer and distributor actions, contract claims, and issues facing financial institutions, such as trust liability and securities fraud.
Matt represents both private and public clients in state and federal court in Wisconsin, as well as in other states across the country. Matt has also practiced in the federal bankruptcy courts, successfully defending clients against adversary proceedings.
Matt has been active with the American Inns of Court and is the Chair of the Eastern District of Wisconsin Pro Bono Committee. With the help of his fellow committee members, Matt helped to pioneer the Eastern District’s Federal Legal Assistance Program which currently assists pro se litigants with understanding the process and procedure of litigating in United States District Court.
While in law school, Matt served as a student attorney with the Wisconsin Innocence Project and was awarded the Melvin J. Friedman Scholarship for his work with the project. Matt also served as a judicial intern on the Wisconsin Supreme Court for the late Justice N. Patrick Crooks.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew M. Wuest