Matt is recognized for consulting clients and leading discovery teams on the most challenging, bet-the-company legal matters, including numerous multi-district litigations, civil investigatory demands, and Hart-Scott-Rodino requests. He has built several cost-effective and defensible discovery solutions and workflows for Fortune 500 companies in the context of preservation, collection, search, analytics, review, foreign language translation, production and post-production analysis. He has consulted or been a member of several industry think-tanks and universities, including the Seventh Circuit Council on eDiscovery and Digital Information, ACEDS, EDRM, Duke Law School, George Washington University, and Harvard University. Matt is a frequent speaker and writer on discovery, including more recently at events hosted by ACEDS and Women in eDiscovery.
Matt has recently been acknowledged by Chambers USA 2023 as “Up and Coming” in the practice area of eDiscovery and Information Governance.
Prior to joining Hilgers Graben, Matt was a Key Member of Winston & Strawn’s highly ranked eDiscovery practice group.
Matt enjoys spending time with his family, running, collecting vinyl records, and attending live jazz shows.