Matt focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, including consumer protection matters. He has experience in drafting briefs and letters to opposing parties and in conducting depositions. In addition, Matt maintains an active pro bono practice, in which he counsels clients in matters related to immigration and domestic violence. He was a Law Clerk at Mintz in 2017.
While attending law school, Matt was a summer associate at a Los Angeles-based law firm, where he worked on matters involving closely held corporations, commercial real estate disputes, and trademark licensing agreements. Earlier, he served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Jose L. Linares, now Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
In law school, Matt was chief submissions editor of the UCLA School of Law’s Entertainment Law Review. Throughout law school, Matt participated in a variety of pro bono programs, including the courtroom advocates program, where he helped domestic abuse victims obtain temporary restraining orders.
Before law school, Matt worked in acquisitions and development at a New York-based hotel development and management company.
University of California - Los Angeles (JD)
New York University (BS)
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew Novian