Matthew’s work is focused on enterprise-level data management and software development. He has worked with clients including Fresenius Medical Care, Raytheon, Bose, Jabil Circuits, and CAT Global Mining.
Before joining Mintz Levin, Matthew was a technology consultant and application architect for a technology corporation in the Boston area. There, he configured and implemented software and worked with product and business development teams. He has previously worked as an intern with a power company, where his efforts were focused on the use of alternative fuel sources, and also with Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he performed research surrounding molten alloy composition detection via x-ray fluorescence.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew S. Galica