Matthew Handler

Associate

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Matthew Handler is an associate in Moses & Singer’s litigation practice group. Since joining the firm, Matthew has represented clients across a wide spectrum of industries involving a variety of legal matters, including general commercial litigations, breach of contract and fraud cases, employment and labor disputes, securities fraud cases, technology and cybersecurity matters, RICO and white collar criminal defense cases, and intellectual property and trade secrets disputes.

Prior to joining Moses & Singer, Matthew clerked for the Honorable Anthony Porcelli and the Honorable Paul Zoss of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. With five years of federal clerkship experience, and having participated in numerous trials, Matthew brings a breadth of knowledge and skills to the firm’s litigation practice group.

Matthew graduated cum laude from Brooklyn Law School. While there, he authored Tribal Law and Disorder: A Look at a System of Broken Justice in Indian Country and the Steps Needed to Fix It, which was first published by the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 2009 and later republished by Brooklyn Law Review. Matthew also has significant experience in web and software development and is proficient in PHP, JavaScript, SQL, CSS, and HTML. Outside of the firm, Matthew is an avid musician and cited author on issues of transportation policy and law.

Biography

Matthew Handler is an associate in Moses & Singer’s litigation practice group. Since joining the firm, Matthew has represented clients across a wide spectrum of industries involving a variety of legal matters, including general commercial litigations, breach of contract and fraud cases, employment and labor disputes, securities fraud cases, technology and cybersecurity matters, RICO and white collar criminal defense cases, and intellectual property and trade secrets disputes.

Prior to joining Moses & Singer, Matthew clerked for the Honorable Anthony Porcelli and the Honorable Paul Zoss of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. With five years of federal clerkship experience, and having participated in numerous trials, Matthew brings a breadth of knowledge and skills to the firm’s litigation practice group.

Matthew graduated cum laude from Brooklyn Law School. While there, he authored Tribal Law and Disorder: A Look at a System of Broken Justice in Indian Country and the Steps Needed to Fix It, which was first published by the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 2009 and later republished by Brooklyn Law Review. Matthew also has significant experience in web and software development and is proficient in PHP, JavaScript, SQL, CSS, and HTML. Outside of the firm, Matthew is an avid musician and cited author on issues of transportation policy and law.

Education
  • Brooklyn Law School (J.D., cum laude, 2010)
  • Syracuse University, S.I. Newhouse School of Communications (B.S., magna cum laude, 2007)