Matt Fridy’s practice focuses on corporate litigation, constitutional law, campaign finance, agricultural/food law, appellate and critical motion litigation, and general litigation. A member of the Alabama State Bar, he is admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, all Alabama federal district courts, and all Alabama state courts.
Matt has served as an attorney to the Governor, Finance Director, and Comptroller of Alabama, successfully defending a State law barring government payroll deductions for political activity. He defended several members of the Alabama Educational Television Commission, which oversees Alabama Public Television, in a lawsuit by the Commission’s former executive director alleging violations of the State Open Meetings Act.
His current work includes, among other things, representing a national developer of low-income housing tax credit properties in a challenge to the manner in which Boards of Equalization assess such properties, and representing several produce dealers and distributors relative to compliance with and litigation under the federal Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act.