Matthew Sklar has extensive experience in intellectual property litigation and related disputes. He represents clients in arbitration, in litigation before various district courts throughout the country, and in appellate proceedings before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Matt represents clients in contested matters involving patent infringement, licensing disputes, trade secret matters, and trademark infringement. In addition, Matt counsels clients on intellectual property management, risk assessment, and licensing issues. Matt has also conducted intellectual property due diligence investigations.
Matt has handled matters for clients whose work touches upon a variety of technologies, including pharmaceuticals, agricultural products, medical devices, electronic devices, and consumer products.
Matt earned his Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering from Cornell University, where he performed research on drug delivery systems. Before going to law school, Matt held technical positions in the pharmaceutical and consumer products industries. Following his graduation from law school, Matt served as a law clerk to the Honorable Mary Ellen Coster Williams of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.