Matthew Baker focuses his practice on environmental white collar, internal investigation, complex electronic discovery and information governance issues, and domestic and international data privacy compliance. Matthew represents clients in connection with a variety of environmental and regulatory criminal matters, as well as assists corporate clients with information governance, data privacy and litigation preparedness issues.
Matthew's pro bono work includes assisting nonprofit organizations with data privacy and information governance issues, as well as representing refugees seeking political asylum in the United States and clients with other immigration-related matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Matthew represented clients in complex criminal and commercial litigation matters throughout all phases of investigations, trial and appellate proceedings, with a focus on environmental and energy related litigation. During law school, Matthew served as a law clerk for the US Attorney's Office in the US Department of Justice. He also was an editor for the International Law Review association and a research assistant to Professor Roy R. Anderson.
Shown below is a selection of Matthew’s engagements.