Matthew J. Ross has had extensive experience in a litany of litigation matters. Matthew has represented numerous domestic and international clients in both state and federal courts in cases involving complex commercial and business disputes; corporate divorces; oppressed minority shareholder statute claims; civil RICO claims; misappropriation of trade secrets, inventory, and intellectual property; construction defect matters; estate and trust litigation; employment law; personal/property injuries; and insurance coverage and defense claims.
Currently, Matthew is a member the River Vale Joint Planning Board; a barrister in Justice Morris Pashman Inn of Court; and a member of the national finance committee of the Mortar Board National Foundation, the national collegiate honor society.
Matthew attended law school at Case Western Reserve University, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Canada-U.S. Law Institute Journal, an editor of the Case Western Reserve University Journal of International Law, a member of the mock trial team, a member of the Jean Pictet International Moot Court Team; a research assistant for the Prosecutor’s Office of the United Nations Special Court for Sierra Leone; and a winner of the Paul J. Hergenroeder Award for being the best student in trial tactics.
Matthew received his undergraduate education from The Ohio State University, where in 2002 he was awarded the Outstanding Senior Award for leadership, scholarship, and service. Additionally, Matthew was the National Champion in Extemporaneous Speaking for his analysis of the conflict between Eritrea and Ethiopia.