Matthew focuses his practice in construction liability with particular interest in state labor law matters in New York. He handles all aspects of the litigation process from pleadings and motions to discovery and depositions, including representing clients in court while supporting Firm partners with trial preparation and appeals.
Prior to joining Litchfield Cavo LLP, Matthew was a litigation attorney at a well-known, mid-sized defense firm where he defended business proprietors, building owners and general contractors in complex personal injury actions. He has additional experience defending clients in cases involving premises liability and general liability.
While attending Cardozo Law School, Matthew was a member of the school’s journal, International and Comparative Policy and Ethics Law Review. As submissions editor, he reviewed and selected articles for publication in the bi-annual publication. In addition to his academics and extracurricular activities, Matthew was president of the Cardozo International Law Society, a scholastic organization formed to educate law students on topical global and domestic legal issues. As president, he organized discussion panels led by distinguished professors and legal scholars to engage participants in significant law-related topics.