Matt advises corporations, not-for-profit organizations, public office contestants, donors and public figures who advocate and participate in political activities. He helps clients navigate and comply with lobbying laws, gambling compensation regulations, ethics rules and disclosure requirements for political activities. As an advisor to new and established not-for-profit organizations and policy organizations, Matt leads organizations in the areas of incorporation, governance, operations, consulting contracts and regulatory compliance programs. As an experienced financial services lawyer, Matt provides clients with sophisticated advice on the negotiation, structuring and documentation of subordinated, mezzanine and senior financing transactions backed by traditional and alternative security pools, special situations investments and other ad hoc lending opportunities. rescue or opportunistic. Matt also advises on loan settlements and restructurings and financing options associated with such situations, as well as secondary credit negotiation for non-performing credit exposures and the preparation of customized trading documents. Matt has extensive experience in political law, including extensive experience in presidential campaigns. He served as general counsel for a presidential campaign and advisor for the selection and nomination of a vice presidential candidate. In addition, Matt has advised numerous governors and congressmen on a comprehensive portfolio of election law matters, campaign finance, ethical requirements, financial disclosures, election access requests, and review processes. Previously, Matt was in-house counsel for Citigroup`s European credit bureaus.
On the basis of the Trading Desk, he advised on the documentation, structure, negotiation and other legal aspects of credit and private equity positions negotiated by the Desks, worked with the analyst teams on the documentation and administration of restructuring loans and new corresponding financing opportunities, drafted non-standard and first instance trading documents, and acted as the Bureau`s legal officer for dispute resolution efforts in disputed disputes. Situations. Matt has worked at law firms and buy-side and sell-side financial institutions in London. In recent years, he has worked with NatWest Markets` Special Situations Group, where a direct loan and investment mandate complemented credit trading activities. Matt structured and managed each of the direct lending transactions that took place for this business, ranging from super-senior loans to subordinated loans. He was also responsible for managing each restructuring situation for positions held in the book, ranging from tailor-made restructurings of more direct exposures to multi-party situations with different credit exposures and often a range of different jurisdictions. Previously, Matt was in-house counsel for Citigroup`s European credit bureaus for several years. On the basis of the Trading Desk, he advised on the documentation, structure, transactions and other legal aspects of credit and private equity positions negotiated by the Desks, worked with the analyst teams on the documentation and administration of restructuring loans and new corresponding financing opportunities, drafted non-standard and first instance trading documents, and acted as the office`s legal agent for dispute resolution efforts in Situations disputes.
inter alia. Prior to returning to Barnes & Thornburg, Matt served in the White House as Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff to the Vice President of the United States. As a senior public servant, he has provided legal advice on constitutional matters, congressional and other investigations, and national security matters. He also acted as designated ethics officer and managed the office`s compliance programs. The information you receive on this website does not constitute legal advice and is not intended to be so. You should seek advice from a lawyer about your personal situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and emails. Contacting us does not create a customer relationship. Please do not send us confidential information until an attorney-client relationship is established.
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Beaupré, 977 F.3d 127 (1st cir. 2020). Matt Morgan is focused on providing sophisticated advice and solutions to mutual funds, financial sponsors and financial institutions in transactions across the credit spectrum. Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, J.D., 2008 Board Member, U.S. Administrative Conference Matt is an MSBA Certified Specialist in Civil Trial Law. The cases Matt has attempted include retaliation, discrimination, breach of contract, and medical license. Matt has also adjudicated collective overtime and class-wide discrimination cases.
Matt is a frequent speaker on a variety of litigation-related topics, including litigation, and has taught and spoken about litigation skills several times at the National Employment Lawyers Association`s National Training Camp. He regularly advises newly elected officials and their transitional organizations, and brings his experience, ranging from committees of local mayors at work to the board of directors in the event of a change of president. Passionate about nature and sports, Mr. Morgan enjoys mountain biking, running, hunting and fly fishing. Her interests include health and fitness. He currently lives in Topsham with his wife, Dr Anna Meader, and their daughter. Lord. Morgan continued his bachelor`s degree achievements with three successful years at Maine Law, earned his magna laude degree, served as research editor for the Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, and published an opinion piece on the exclusive effects of genetically modified salmon: The AquaAdvantage Salmon: Who Owns Genetically Modified Animals? Matt is Managing Partner at Nichols Kaster and leads the firm`s civil rights and impact litigation team. Matt focuses on class actions and class actions against discrimination, fraud or other unfair business practices in the areas of employment, consumer, housing, insurance, government contracts, health care and the environment. Matt has heard over 30 cases to reach a verdict and regularly lectures on issues related to civil litigation. Education: Bates College, B.A., Magna Laude, 2009; University of Maine School of Law, J.D., Magna Laude 2012. Indiana Wabash Sagamore Governor Michael R.
Pence, 2016 He graduated magna laude from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, where he wrote a dissertation exploring the intersection of performance evaluation and structural discrimination. While studying at Bates, Matthew was introduced to legal practice first as a volunteer and then as a community researcher at Pine Tree Legal Assistance in Lewiston. He was honored with the 2009 NESCAC All-Sportsmanship Award for his performance on the men`s rowing team. Matt has worked at law firms and buy-side and sell-side financial institutions in London. For the past four years, he has worked in the Special Situations Group of the European financial institution NatWest Markets with a direct lending and investment mandate that complemented credit trading activities. Matt structured and managed each of the direct lending transactions that took place for this business, ranging from super-senior loans to subordinated loans. He was also responsible for managing each restructuring situation for positions held in the book, ranging from tailor-made restructurings of more direct exposures to multi-party situations with different credit exposures and often a range of different jurisdictions.