Matt advises on a broad range of complex commercial disputes (including disputes before the English courts and under the rules of major international arbitral institutions), principally arising out of breaches of contract; shareholder disputes; and cross-border insolvencies/restructurings. Matt has advised a range of major international corporations and financial institutions operating out of a variety of sectors, including banking financial services, private equity, energy and natural resources, and aviation.
Matthew also regularly acts for the firm’s pro bono clients. This includes acting for Justice, Global Citizen, the National Black Police Association and the Innocence Project, as well as regularly providing pro bono legal advice through the Citizen's Advice Bureau at the Royal Courts of Justice.
Matt is a member of the Junior London Solicitors Litigation Association.
Representative matters include acting for:
- The joint official liquidators of ABRAAJ Investment Management Limited in connection with claims arising in the liquidation of the Abraaj Group, including an ICC expedited arbitration
- A major US manufacturer, in a confidential M&A dispute
- Asia Research and Capital Management, in its opposition to Premier Oil Plc’s proposed schemes of arrangement