Matt focuses his practice on real estate, land use/zoning, and general corporate matters. He is quick to identify potential issues in a transaction or the entitlement process, and when he does, he combines his connections and experience to advise clients on a course of action that will best meet their goals.
Matt has extensive experience with real estate acquisitions, financing and development and has appeared regularly before various zoning hearing boards, planning commissions and governing bodies as part of the zoning and subdivision and land development approval process. In addition, he serves as the Solicitor for the Bensalem Township Zoning Hearing Board and the Lower Southampton Township Zoning Hearing Board. Matt’s practice also includes the representation of clients in appellate matters in the courts of common pleas and other Pennsylvania appellate courts.
Prior to joining the firm, Matt practiced at two other regional law firms, in their corporate/real estate and municipal departments.
Widener University School of Law, J.D.
Saint Joseph’s University, B.S.
Hon. C. Theodore Fritsch, Jr. in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Board of Directors, Bucks County Bar Association
Former Chair and Executive Board Member, Bucks County Bar Association, Young Lawyers’ Division
Member, International Council of Shopping Centers
Member, Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association
Named to “Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch” list for Land Use and Zoning Law by Best Lawyers® (2022-2024)*
Named to “Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch” list for Real Estate Law by Best Lawyers® (2023-2024)*
Named to the “Pennsylvania Rising Stars” list by Thomson Reuters for Real Estate (2016-2023)*
Presenter, “Distressed Real Estate in Pennsylvania-Real Property Value Appeals and Realty Transfer Tax Challenges,” accredited CLE program, July 17, 2023
Author, “2023 Property Tax Assessment Appeal Deadline Approaching,” July 27, 2022
Author, “Property Tax Assessment Appeal Deadline Approaching,” July 21, 2021
Author, “PA Permits Municipalities to Conduct Remote Public Meetings, Tolls Certain Development Time Frames,” April 24, 2020