Matthew L. Miller Bio
Prior to attending law school at the University of Pennsylvania, Matt worked in the regulatory wing of the oncology department at Bristol-Myers Squibb. While working at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Matt acquired an insider’s understanding of pharmaceutical marketing and FDA regulations. Since joining Meyerson & O’Neill, Matt has put his knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry to good use by representing clients who were injured by defective pharmaceutical drugs.
While he was still in law school, Matt gained significant experience in employment law while he worked as a legal intern at Philadelphia Legal Assistance, where he helped many low-income Philadelphia residents receive unemployment benefits that had been wrongfully denied.
Matt graduated magna cum laude from The College of New Jersey in 2005 with an English major and a History minor. His undergraduate honors thesis, William Blake, a Brief History of the Creation of an Artist was awarded high honors, and in 2002 he was named an NCAA All-American in Track and Field.
In 2010, Matt earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. While at Penn, Matt was an editor of the Journal of International Law, and in 2009 he was awarded an Edward V. Sparer fellowship. The Sparer fellowship is granted to law students who have demonstrated an exceptional commitment to public service and who pledge to use the funding to work in the public interest.
Bar Admissions and Memberships
State courts of Pennsylvania in 2010, state courts of New Jersey in 2010, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in 2010.
Litigation of complex civil cases involving legal and medical malpractice, employment conflicts, Employee Retirement Income Security Act disputes, international contract litigation, products liability, pharmaceutical products litigation, personal injury, and collections.