Matthew Sturtz is a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Baltimore office. Mr. Sturtz has spent more than 28 years handling all manner of corporate, commercial, and construction litigation matters including, but not limited to, corporate and partnership breakups, residential and commercial construction disputes, Uniform Commercial Code matters, residential care agreements, shareholder appraisal actions, and the enforcement of a wide variety of written agreements.
He has represented owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers in litigation and arbitration matters. He also has represented a wide variety of lending institutions in matters involving, among other things, enforcement of commercial paper obligations and defending against Article 3 and Article 4 claims.
University of Maryland School of Law, JD (1990)
Western Michigan University, BS (1986)
Maryland Court of Appeals
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
Has appeared in and presented arguments to the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland, the Court of Appeals of Maryland, the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Connecticut, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, the American Arbitration Association and JAMS
Has handled litigation matters, including bench and jury trials, in Maryland, Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia and Delaware and has handled cases in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Minnesota, Connecticut, New York and Florida