I have been a negotiation attorney with Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Shultz sine January... more
I have been a negotiation attorney with Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Shultz sine January 2002. Prior to law school, my background was in management for a Fortune 100 Corporation. My first positions following law school were with corporations as in-house counsel. Eventually, I graviated toward the area of litigation and subsequently spent several years as a litigator with a boutique law firm specializi... view profile
I am admitted to practice in the state courts of Ohio and California, the United... more
I am admitted to practice in the state courts of Ohio and California, the United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio, the United States District Court for the Southern District of California, and the United States Courts of Appeal for the Sixth Circuit and Ninth Circuit. I have also represented clients in Multi-District Litigation in various federal courts th... view profile
Matthew is an active community partner through memberships on a number of local non-... more
Matthew is an active community partner through memberships on a number of local non-profit boards. Matthew currently serves as Chair of the Board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Miami Valley.
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