Matthew’s practice focuses on a broad scope of real estate matters, including leasing, acquisitions and dispositions, development and lending/financing.
Matthew has a significant background in advising both commercial and residential property owners’ associations in all aspects, including formation, governance and dispute resolution. He also has experience representing clients in a wide variety of oil and gas matters.
As a former trial attorney, having tried numerous cases to verdict and through the appellate process, Matthew is able to offer clients a particular perspective throughout the course of their real estate transactions. Matthew strives to provide clients with not only work product of the highest quality but also practical guidance on real-world implications during their decision-making process.
Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Matthew practiced real estate law at an international corporate law firm in its Dallas office. During law school, Matthew had the privilege of serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Tech Law Review. He also served as a legal practice teaching fellow for Professor Dale Jones and was a brief writer for the Billings, Exum & Frye national moot court team.