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Matt is an appellate litigator and Co-Chair of the Judgment and Arbitral Award Enforcement Practice Group. His practice encompasses constitutional challenges to federal and state laws and high-profile litigation against sovereigns such as Venezuela, Argentina, Iran, Sudan, and Puerto Rico. Notable Supreme Court representations include Opati v. Sudan; Murphy v. NCAA; Puerto Rico v. Franklin Tax Free Trust; Bank Markazi v. Peterson; Argentina v. NML Capital, Ltd.; Hollingsworth v. Perry; and Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.
Former Bristow Fellow, Office of the Solicitor General; law clerk to Joseph M. McLaughlin, Second Circuit and John G. Roberts, Jr., D.C. Circuit.
JD, Stanford Law School, Order of the Coif, 2000.