Matt is a registered patent attorney with a mixed background in law, engineering, and the humanities who has prepared and prosecuted both U.S. and international patents. His unique multidisciplinary perspective and artful writing ability help him serve the most cutting-edge clients – such as those in cryptocurrency – developing technologies where the legal framework is still in progress. Matt’s practice focuses on preparing and prosecuting patents covering a wide array of computer software and hardware technologies.
In his legal career, Matt has worked for a multinational law firm as a Patent Litigation associate in San Diego, followed by an Am Law 100 law firm in San Francisco as a Patent Prosecution associate. His pro bono legal work has also produced notable results, including helping homeless people re-enter society and obtaining asylum for a Somali refugee.
Outside of work, Matt enjoys learning and understanding aspects of film and television production.
- Computer animation systems
- Electronic transactions and payment processing networks
- Data processing and management
- Peripheral devices
- Communication systems
- Computer network systems
- United States Patent and Trademark Office
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of California
- Loyola Law School
- B.S., Computer Engineering; University of California at Davis