Matt prevailed over two opponents in the non-partisan election.
“At Jackson Walker, I’ve benefited from the example of attorneys who work hard to give back to their communities,” Matt said. “I am eager to continue in that tradition through my service on the Windcrest City Council.”
The Windcrest City Council is made up of five members. Windcrest is located about 10 miles north of San Antonio, Texas.
Matt’s practice focuses on assisting clients with commercial litigation needs in areas such as contract disputes, business torts, UCC commercial and bank transactions, and creditors’ rights, in addition to disputes involving healthcare providers and insurers. He also advises domestic and international clients on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance and has extensive experience with revival of and efforts to collect judgment debts, including alter ego arguments and foreign domestication of judgments. Matt received his A.B. from Harvard College. He received his J.D., magna cum laude, from Duke University School of Law, where he was an editorial board member of the Duke Law Journal, President of the Moot Court Board and an officer of the Mock Trial Board.