Matt is a graduate of Bard College (A.B. 1968) and the Boston University School of Law (J.D. 1973).  For the past 30 years he has concentrated his practice on condominium and community association law.  Since 1991, he has focused on representing condominium, community and homeowner associations.

Matt has been a member of the Community Association Institute’s College of Community Association Lawyers since 1994. He has served as chair of the Institute’s National Lawyer’s Committee, and as a board member and president of the Institute’s Connecticut Chapter. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Real Property Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. Since 1983, he has written and lectured on issues of condominium law for the Community Associations Institute, the Connecticut Bar Association and the American Bar Association.  He served on the advisory committees to the Connecticut Law Revision Commission that adapted the original Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act and two revisions of the Act for use in Connecticut.  He chaired the committee that prepared the original Connecticut Common Ownership Manual and was lead author of the second edition of the Manual, both published by the Connecticut Bar Association.

Matt is listed in Best Lawyers in America, a preeminent and exclusive referral guide used in the legal profession.  The guide contains a list of the top rated attorneys throughout America in over 50 specialties.  Matt is listed on the Connecticut Super Lawyers® list in the area of Real Estate (Super Lawyers is a registered trademark of Key Professional Media, Inc.).

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United States Bankruptcy Court – Connecticut


Fellow, College of Community Association Lawyers
Executive Committee of the Real Property Section of the Connecticut Bar Association
Community Associations Institute – National
Community Associations Institute – CT