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Matthew T. Corso

Matthew T. Corso


Post-Acute and Long Term Care Practice Group Co-Leader

Philadelphia, PA
Princeton, NJ

What Clients Can Expect

Whether in complex litigation or regulatory and compliance matters, healthcare providers know that Matthew Corso has the legal know-how and experience to guide them through any challenge. They also know that his sound strategic counsel is something they can count on.

How Matthew Helps Clients

Matthew focuses on providing a wide range of services to healthcare providers, including litigation and regulatory matters. His clients include health systems, hospitals, physicians and extenders, urgent care centers, nurses, therapists, post-acute and long-term care centers, hospice and home health providers, behavioral health providers, addiction treatment centers, dental practices and more.

As both a member of the firm’s Healthcare industry group and co-chair of the Healthcare litigation practice group, Matthew is able to coordinate the dozens of firm attorneys in multiple states who serve the healthcare industry with practices including complex litigation, class actions, regulatory compliance, labor and employment, corporate and real estate, among others. Healthcare providers are able to receive comprehensive representation with efficient responses to any legal issue.

When disputes result in litigation, Matthew has 27 years of experience defending health care clients in complex litigation and jury trials. He has defended providers in high-exposure cases in both federal and state courts throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Matthew has been asked to coordinate litigation for clients in numerous states. He also regularly litigates in various alternative dispute formats, such as arbitration and mediation. Matthew also coordinates experienced litigation teams to handle complex class action, commercial cases and e-discovery issues. His team utilizes trial and litigation technology to present cases in the most sophisticated and efficient manner for clients.

Matthew and his team have extensive experience in defending national health systems, parent companies, and C-suite executives against claims of corporate negligence, joint venture and alter ego. Matthew has also successfully guided clients through complex and high-profile white-collar matters including representation in matters involving homicide, manslaughter, sexual and physical assault, and abuse and neglect.

On the regulatory and compliance side, Matthew assists healthcare providers with regulatory issues, including Medicare and Medicaid fraud, False Claims Act investigations, patient care and abuse investigations, and HIPAA and data security compliance. He coordinates healthcare investigations with clients’ internal personnel and other Buchanan counsel as needed to provide comprehensive reviews for clients. Matthew also has experience counseling clients in risk management and developing comprehensive compliance policies and procedures. Matthew provides counseling to healthcare providers on a daily basis coordinating representation for clients on legal and regulatory issues.

Proof Points

  • Medical malpractice and professional liability defense.
  • Corporate Negligence defense of parent organizations and health systems.
  • Commercial litigation and class actions.
  • Employment litigation.
  • Internal corporate investigations and white collar matters.
  • Disciplinary and board actions and administrative proceedings.

Upon receiving his law degree, Matthew clerked for the Honorable Isaac S. Garb and the Honorable Kenneth G. Biehn in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. Before joining the private sector, Matthew served as an assistant public defender in Bucks County, PA, where he represented criminal defendants in felony and misdemeanor cases. He also handled juvenile court matters and mental health proceedings.

A much-requested speaker on healthcare law, Matthew has addressed national audiences on healthcare litigation, malpractice prevention and risk management. He also has been a contributor to industry publications.

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