Latham honored for a complete defense verdict in an IP patent showdown and for preserving a precedent-setting securities victory in California's Supreme Court.
Matthew Moore is regarded as one of the nation’s top patent trial attorneys and is a former Global Co-Chair of Latham & Watkins' Intellectual Property Litigation Practice. He has extensive trial and appellate experience in patent, trade secret, antitrust, and false advertising cases.
Mr. Moore has been recognized as one of the Top 10 Influential Intellectual Property Lawyers in the country. He represents Fortune 100 companies in their most complex IP litigation matters and was described by clients and peers to Chambers USA as a “phenomenal trial lawyer who argues many important cases.” Mr. Moore has litigated over 200 cases in venues across the US, including the International Trade Commission (“ITC"). He has also managed many global patent disputes involving cases around the world including Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Brazil, China, and Japan. Mr. Moore has experience across a broad range of technologies, including semiconductors, telecommunications, optics, software, electrical circuits, automotive technologies, materials, chemicals, and medical devices.
His success has been profiled numerous times by The American Lawyer, highlighting the five wins he achieved in one single day. The publication noted, “Moore and his colleagues at Latham have a knack for invalidating patents.” He was also profiled by The Recorder for his “patent hat trick” after winning three cases at the Federal Circuit in just one week for Capital One, Freddie Mac, and Volvo. His work in litigating IP/antitrust cases was praised by The American Lawyer noting, his “interesting and aggressive” trial strategy could “reset the playing field on patent litigation.”
Mr. Moore is regularly recognized as a leading intellectual property lawyer by The Legal 500, Chambers USA, IAM Patent 1000, Benchmark Litigation, and Managing Intellectual Property.
Prior to joining Latham, Mr. Moore played professional lacrosse for the Philadelphia Wings and won three NCAA Lacrosse Championships at Syracuse University.
Mr. Moore is admitted to practice before the:
- US Supreme Court
- US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- US District Courts for the Eastern District of Texas, the Western District of Wisconsin, and the Eastern District of Michigan