Matt has been lead counsel on numerous jury trials involving such matters. He is also a frequent lecturer and author on a variety of legal topics relating to litigation and subrogation. Matt is a member of the National Associate of Subrogation Professional (NASP), Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (TTIPS) of the American Bar Association; and the Hillsborough County Bar Association. He was the General Track Leader for the 2011 NASP Annual Convention and nd served as the NASP Florida Chapter Chair from 2007-2010. Matt is currently serving as a committee member to the NASP Membership Committee.
He has authored numerous articles on many legal topics. Matt co-authored Anger And Punishment, Mealey's Litigation Report, Vol. 16, #18, January 22, 2003; Appraising Windstorm Claims, Mealey's Litigation Report, Vol. 17, #4, June 18, 2003; New Florida Law Changes Procedure For Making Claims Against Contractors for Construction Defects, NASP Subrogator, February 2004; co-authored Fire Department Negligence Not Considered Intervening Cause in Franklin County, Ohio, NASP Subrogator, Fall, 2005; co-authored New Amendments to Florida Law for Making Claims Against Contractors for Construction Defects, NASP Subrogator, Spring/Summer 2005; co-authored Florida Legislature AGAIN Changes the Requirements for Making a Construction Defect Claim, NASP Subrogator, Winter 2007; and Spoliation of Evidence - A Summary of Killings v. Enterprise Leasing Company, Inc., 2008 WL 4967412 (Ala. 2008), NASP Subrogator, Summer 2009; Litigation Is Not Always the Only Option, NASP Subrogator, Fall, 2011; The Dangers of Evidence Disposal, NASP Subrogator, Winter, 2013; and Cyber Insurance - Does the Risk Compel the Purchase Coverage?, DRI Newsletter, March 2013.