Matthew H. Blumenstein

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Matt Blumenstein practices in the areas of complex civil and criminal litigation.  He graduated from Stanford University (B.A., 2000) and Vanderbilt Law School (J.D., 2009), and he joined Williams & Connolly after clerking for Judge Karen LeCraft Henderson on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.  He was named a “Rising Star” in the 2014-2019 D.C. editions of Super Lawyers.  He also is a member of the Board of Directors of Community of Hope, a non-profit organization focused on reducing homelessness and providing healthcare to low-income families in Washington, DC.

Representative Experience

  • Defense of global financial institutions against fraud-based claims concerning the sale of mortgages and mortgage-backed securities in the wake of the mortgage crisis
  • Representation of a global financial services company in a federal fraud and money laundering investigation
  • Defense of a Fortune 50 company in a securities class action related to a merger
  • Defense of a major telecommunications company in False Claims Act litigation brought by the New York Attorney General
  • Defense of a Fortune 100 company and its board of directors in derivative cases arising from the High Tech Employees Antitrust Litigation
  • Representation of a global electronics company in an intellectual property dispute before the International Chamber of Commerce
  • Representation of a global private equity firm in trade secrets litigation in New York, Texas, and Arizona
  • Representation of the Chief Financial Officer of an energy company in a federal investigation of purported violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
  • Defense of a U.S. company in an Army debarment proceeding concerning services provided in Afghanistan
  • Defense of a technology company’s former Chief Executive Officer in litigation concerning alleged options “backdating”
  • Defense of pro bono clients against criminal charges by the State of Maryland at trial and on appeal




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