Matthew is a registered patent attorney who prepares and prosecutes utility patents in the electrical engineering arts.  He has experience in multiple technical fields, including software, computer network communications, computer vision processing, digital cameras, electro-acoustic devices, microprocessors, cable networks, telecommunications, home automation and security device interactions, video doorbells, and various mechanical devices.

Prior to beginning his legal career, Matthew served as a Test Engineer at VEECO Instruments, where he designed and simplified test procedures to streamline the testing and shipping of products.   He earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California in Santa Barbara, with an emphasis on solid-state design, controls and signal processing. 


Bar admissions

2017, California

Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office


  • J.D., 2017, Southwestern Law School
    • CALI Awards: Patent Preparation and Prosecution, and Copyright
  • B.S., 2007, University of California, Santa Barbara, Electrical Engineering