Matthew Feinberg is an accomplished litigator with over 10 years of experience in all aspects of state and federal civil and appellate litigation and in alternative dispute resolution. His prior career opportunities advocating for both individual and corporate clients, from local small businesses to publicly-traded companies, give him a unique perspective on successful litigation strategies to place our clients in the best possible position to achieve the desired outcome.
Mr. Feinberg has significant first-chair trial and appellate experience over a wide range of practice areas, including labor and employment, wage and hour disputes, corporate defense litigation, class actions, shareholder direct and derivative litigation, government and private sector contracts, commercial transactions, restaurant and hospitality litigation, and appeals. He has earned numerous favorable verdicts, judgments, and settlements on behalf of clients, and, just as importantly, he has successfully helped clients avoid litigation entirely through counseling, consultation, and negotiation. Mr. Feinberg also counsels clients in emerging and developing industries to navigate complex federal and state laws and regulations, effectively communicate with investors and the public, and manage day-to-day business challenges.
Prior to joining PilieroMazza, Mr. Feinberg was an attorney at Finkelstein & Feinberg, P.C., in Chevy Chase, Maryland, where he focused his practice on labor and employment, wage and hour disputes, shareholder direct and derivative litigation, appellate, corporate, class actions, and general litigation matters. He represented individual and corporate clients in state and federal courts and in arbitration and mediation. Immediately after graduating from law school, Mr. Feinberg clerked for Judge Ronald D. Schiff at the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland from 2008-2009.