How Matthew Helps Clients
Matthew Wilson focuses his practice on real estate financing, asset-based financing, syndicated financing, acquisition financing, and counseling employers on a wide variety of labor and employment law matters, including allegations of wrongful termination, employment discrimination and non-competition violations. Matthew also practices in the areas of copyright, trademark and intellectual property law.
In addition to his real estate and labor and employment activities, Matthew spends a significant amount of time on advising local and international professional and amateur sports organizations such as the Pittsburgh Steelers and the University of Pittsburgh. Matthew also participates in pro bono work by serving on the Special Projects Committee Board for the Chuck Cooper Foundation, a non-profit organization benefitting underprivileged students in the greater Pittsburgh area.
Prior to joining the firm, Matthew gained experience as a per diem associate for a trusted New Jersey attorney. He handled several complex family law cases, where he interacted with clients and provided comprehensive legal services, including drafting motions, consent orders, researching New Jersey law and court rules, developing strategies and preparing for oral arguments and trial.
Matthew previously worked as a summer associate in 2011 at the large Philadelphia based law firm Conrad O’Brien P.C.
What Clients Can Expect
Utilizing his background in legal research, writing and handling various complex commercial transactions, Matthew combines the practical with the scholarly to offer clients a unique brand of legal expertise. Clients rely on his legal knowledge and his business acumen. Matthew will provide each of his clients exceptional service and his goal is to exceed his clients’ expectations 100% of the time.
Outside the Office
When not working Matthew enjoys spending time with his family, including his wife and their newborn son. He is an avid football and basketball fan, and is an accomplished artist.
- Represented the Pittsburgh Steelers in construction disputes related to Heinz Field Capital Improvements and North Shore expansion projects
- Represented both facilities and sponsors in connection with sports and music venue naming rights deals
- Represented NFL teams and venues in connection with music use and licensing issues
- Represented the University of Pittsburgh in connection with broadcasting and other multimedia rights licensing
- Represented the Pittsburgh Steelers in connection with a COVID-19 business interruption claim
Widener University School of Law, J.D., 2013
Saint Joseph's University, B.A., 2008
- New Jersey