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									                                    Matthew R. Grant
                                    St. Louis, MO - Clayton

Matt focuses on product liability and intellectual property litigation.                              Practice areas
                                                                                                     � Intellectual Property Litigation
about the attorney*
                                                                                                     � Intellectual Property
Matt has successfully litigated and participated in the trial of several patent and trademark
infringement litigation matters on behalf of a Fortune 500 company and firm client. Matt’s           � Products Liability & Toxic Tort
experience includes acting as second chair of a trial in the United States District Court for
the Eastern District of Missouri in which Matt conducted the direct examination of the firm
client’s damages expert which resulted in a more than ten million dollar verdict in the client’s     � J.D., University of Missouri - Columbia,
favor. Matt also routinely defends firm clients in state court matters involving toxic tort            2000
exposures and other personal injury matters. Additionally, Matt has participated in the defense        Journal of Dispute Resolution, Member
of several consumer fraud matters including the successful defense and dismissal of a putative       � B.A., Business Administration, Truman
nationwide class action matter involving allegations of deceptive advertising.                         State University, 1997

Professional Affiliations                                                                            admissions
� American Bar Association                                                                           � Missouri, 2000
� The Missouri Bar                                                                                   � Illinois, 2001
� Illinois State Bar Association
� The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis

* Past results afford no guarantee of future results. Every case must be judged on its own merits. The choice of a lawyer is an important
decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.

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