Matthew specializes in eDiscovery and computer forensics in litigation and investigations. He has extensive experience assisting corporations in the technology, defense, consumer products, life sciences, insurance, transportation, mining, media, financial services, and hospitality/gaming sectors in preparing for and responding to discovery demands in litigation and regulatory/enforcement matters. He works on litigation and investigations that involve nascent, cutting-edge technology, and complex cross-border or data security/privacy requirements. Matthew is a long-standing member/contributor to the Sedona Conference and member of the Advisory Board for the Georgetown Law School Advanced E-Discovery Institute.
Matthew was responsible for the preservation, collection, and forensic data analysis in connection with the Securities Investor Protection Corporation's liquidation of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities and the reconstruction of books and records in connection with the claims and restitution process. He ultimately testified on behalf of the U.S. Attorney's Office in the related criminal trial.
In connection with a government investigation into allegations of phone hacking by reporters working for News Corp. subsidiaries, Matthew led teams responsible for the eDiscovery and computer forensics aspects of the company’s response.
He also led the collection, preservation, and data analysis for MGM Resorts International in connection with the 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas.