Matt’s practice includes patent application preparation and prosecution, trademark application preparation and prosecution, copyrights, and related litigation.
While studying for his mechanical engineering degree at Baylor University, Matt worked as a manufacturing intern with Crossover Drives, Inc. and as a prototype systems testing and design intern at Uster Technologies. Matt worked as a judicial intern at the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee during the summer of 2009.
While studying at the University of Tennessee College of Law, Matt served as a Student Materials Editor with the Tennessee Law Review. Matt also competed in the Giles Sutherland Rich Patent Moot Court competition, winning the Best Advocate Award for the Southern Region. During his time at Baylor University, Matt was president of the Baylor University Cycling Team.
Matt joined Robinson IP Law in 2013 as an associate attorney, having worked with Roby at their former firm.
- Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Baylor University – 2007
- Doctor of Jurisprudence (Cum Laude) from the University of Tennessee College of Law – 2011
- Tennessee Bar – 2011
- United States Patent and Trademark Office – 2010
- Knoxville Bar Association
- Tennessee Bar Association
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Best Advocate Award for the Southern Region in the Giles Sutherland Rich Patent Moot Court competition