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For more than two decades, Matthew Oliver has leveraged his commitment to innovation and his strategic thinking to guide clients through the complex legal and regulatory changes impacting corporate America. Specializing in white collar criminal defense, internal investigations, cybersecurity, business divorce and corporate governance, Matt brings a wealth of diverse experience to the table on behalf of his clients, whether the setting is the courtroom or the boardroom.
As chair of the firm's E-Discovery Task Force, Matt deals extensively with issues of evidence preservation and spoliation claims, providing practical solutions to complex problems. He secured a landmark ruling on spoliation of evidence in a pro bono case arising out of a retaliatory assault on an inmate by prison staff. Matt is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional, which allows him to regularly counsel clients on and represent them in connection with data breaches, related litigation and regulatory investigations, and complaints regarding privacy and security practices.
Outside the firm, Matt volunteers his time to a variety of charitable and philanthropic endeavors, including the New Jersey Special Olympics. Matt has served in leadership capacities on several nonprofit boards, including the Scarlet Knights Wrestling Club and the Summit Speech School.