Matt represents companies in financial distress, along with secured lenders, unsecured creditors, committees, debtors, and other parties in interest in bankruptcy proceedings, restructurings, and out-of-court workouts. Matt has experience representing lenders in both chapter 11 and chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings and represents all types of clients in bankruptcy-related litigation, including avoidance actions, claims defense, contested stay relief actions, cramdowns and cash collateral disputes.
Matt earned his law degree from University of Cincinnati Law School in 2020. While in law school, he was president of the First-Generation Law Students club, and also participated in the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic where he gained first-hand experience representing small-business clients in a variety of matters. Matt earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Dayton in 2017. Matt was a Summer Associate with Frost Brown Todd in 2019.
University of Cincinnati Law School, J.D., 2020, magna cum laude
Henry A. Morrill Constitutional Law Prize
University of Dayton, B.S. Business Administration, 2017, cum laude
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
Member, Cincinnati Bar Association
Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
Member, Ohio Bar Association
Member, Federal Bar Association
“Let Legislators Legislate: The Circuit Split Over Allowing Members of Congress to File Interlocutory Appeals to Avoid Litigation,” University of Cincinnati Law Review (2019).
“Fyre Festival Aftermath: New Rules for Influencers?,” University of Cincinnati Law Review (March 2019).
“Old Vines in the New World: Byrd V. Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association,” University of Cincinnati Law Review (November 2018).