Matthew Reynolds is an associate in Hughes Hubbard's Litigation department. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation as well as the conduct of anti-corruption investigations and due diligence efforts for global clients. He also has significant experience with products liability, bankruptcy, and white collar litigation. He has worked on complex cross-border litigations, individual actions in state and federal court, domestic and international arbitrations, and internal company investigations.
Matthew has participated in all phases of litigation, including formal investigations, discovery, depositions, pleadings, dispositive motions and other motion practice, jury trial, and appeal. He has also researched and drafted briefs on a wide range of legal issues.
Matthew maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing on voting rights, prisoner rights, and immigration litigation.
Representation of the insolvency administrators of the Nortel group's European, Middle Eastern, and African affiliates in complex, multijurisdictional insolvency proceedings, including a joint trial before courts in the United States and Canada to determine the allocation of $7.3 billion in sale proceeds, and subsequent appellate proceedings in the United States
Representation of the insolvency administrators of the Nortel group's European, Middle Eastern, and African affiliates in third-party dispute with Nortel's US estate over contribution and enforcement of a settlement agreement
Advise global firm regarding potential exposure of internationally-held assets to United States litigation
Representation of former Chief Financial Officer of global law firm in state criminal and SEC proceedings
Pro bono representation of indigent family in housing litigation and settlement negotiations, for which Matthew received the Legal Aid Society's Pro Bono Publico award