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Matt Buongiorno is a litigator in the Dallas office of Locke Lord where he handles a variety of industries and legal areas in both state and federal court, including antitrust, fraud, contract disputes, property disputes, trademark infringement, energy, and consumer finance. He has defended clients in cases involving alleged racketeering, alleged manipulation of LIBOR, and alleged monopolization. He also has experience representing financial institutions and financial service providers in litigation related to mortgage lending practices, property taxes, and title disputes. Matt also uses his experience as a former high school teacher to clearly and persuasively draft complaints on the plaintiff side of the docket. He has been the primary draftsman of motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, motions to transfer venue, and other dispositive motions and discovery-related motions in individual actions, putative class actions, and in the multi-district litigation context. Additionally, Matt uses his experience as a former debater and former mock trial and moot court competitor to effectively take and defend depositions, as well as help facilitate settlements.
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