Matthew B. Holloway is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group, putting his experience to work in various litigation matters. Matt cut his teeth in litigation as a Public Defender, where he put his skill-set to work for his community. He continued his professional development at a local private defense firm where he gained valuable first-hand experience with litigation in federal court. He works with the firm’s litigation team to provide clients with responsive and strategic representation in areas of land use/eminent domain, construction and toxic tort, among many others.

 

Practice Highlights

  • Obtained a jury verdict in a federal trial which avoided a felony conviction and obtained results that were better than the plea offered by the government.
  • First-chair experience in numerous criminal cases in Superior Court resulting in successful not guilty verdicts.
  • Assisted young client in avoiding permanent felony convictions and facilitated client’s continuing education at law school.
  • Worked with clients to navigate disciplinary actions taken by state licensing boards and avoiding revocation of professional licenses.

Education

  • Vassar College, BA 2002
  • Temple Univ. Beasley School of Law, JD 2009

Professional Affiliations

  • Admitted to the US District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
  • Admitted to the US District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
  • Admitted to the US District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
  • North Carolina State Bar
  • 28th Judicial District Bar
  • US District Court, WDNC
  • Harry C. Martin Inn of Court

After leaving West Virginia to attend college, Matt jumped from job to job (going from a brain imaging lab studying addiction and deception to a painter in WV and Puerto Rico) until landing in law school in Philadelphia. Having roamed enough to know nothing beats the sound of a rain swollen crick racing through a holler, Matt moved back to the mountains to be near family. If he’s not at the office, he’s liable to be relaxing at home with his wife and two boys.