Matthew focuses his practice on corporate and health law matters. He regularly counsels physicians, physician groups, ambulatory surgical facilities and other healthcare providers on a variety of matters related to the medical practice, including contract negotiation and drafting, sales and acquisitions of medical practices and state and federal licensing and regulatory matters.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining the firm, Matthew was a law clerk for a law firm in Southeastern Pennsylvania, where he drafted third party opinions for credit rating agencies. He served as a legal intern for the Pennsylvania Governor’s Office of General Counsel in the Department of Public Welfare where he handled matters involving licensing, employment disputes and elder law. As an extern with a national law firm, Matthew assisted in the drafting of employment agreements, preparation of Securities and Exchange Commission reports and in connection with sophisticated business law matters.
While in law school, Matthew was a research assistant to Professor Michael Moreland on issues relating to federal, state and local immigrations laws. He was also the business and special projects editor for the university’s Environmental Law Journal and worked at the Civil Justice Clinic representing low-income individuals in litigation, negotiation and counseling. He also took part in the Homeless Advocacy Project of the university’s Pro Bono Society.
Honors & Awards
- Recipient of the David G. Butterworth Editor Achievement Award
- Recipient of the Clinical Legal Education Association Award
- Recipient of the Dorothy Day Pro Bono Service Award