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Matthew Verdin is a litigator who represents a broad range of clients in complex class actions, and securities and antitrust litigation.

  • Represent an automotive parts manufacturer in a civil antitrust case concerning alleged price fixing.
  • Represent a loan servicing company in defense of lawsuits challenging interest rates and late fee charges, including under Section 17200 of the California Unfair Competition Law (UCL).
  • Represent individual in a federal court action by the SEC for alleged violations of the federal securities laws.

Pro Bono

  • Represent U.S. citizen whose passport was revoked at the U.S. Embassy in Sana’a, Yemen in 2013, and who was left stranded in that country for 13 months without the ability to return to the United States, in legal and constitutional challenge to the passport revocation.
  • Represent post–9/11 detainees in pursuing claims of unlawful detention and subjection to abusive conditions.
  • Represent a federal prisoner in Clemency Project application process.
  • Represent a Filipino lawful permanent resident in removal proceedings.