Matthew D. Crawford
- Employment Litigation
- Restrictive Covenants
- National L&E Compliance
- Labor Relations
- Labor Arbitration
- J.D., 2001, University of Virginia School of Law
- Virginia Law Review, Notes Editor
- Order of the Coif
- B.A., 1998, University of North Carolina,
- with honors and with distinction
- Mangum Medal- Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Oratory
Matt has dedicated his career to providing his clients with top-level legal representation. He takes time to learn the intricacies of his clients’ business so that the advice he provides is aligned with their overall needs and goals. His practice includes representing employers in all types of employment and labor related disputes, including proceedings before state and federal courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and state anti-discrimination agencies, the National Labor Relations Board, and labor arbitrators. He has a strong record of successful and cost-effective resolution of cases.
Through his more than twenty years of experience, Matt has developed particular expertise in the field of restrictive covenants. He has assisted numerous clients in drafting effective and enforceable agreements. He also has a strong track record of enforcing those agreements in state and federal court.
Matt also regularly counsels clients on traditional labor matters. His extensive experience dealing with unions, including union elections, collective bargaining negotiations, and day-to-day union relations makes him a valuable resource on which companies have come to depend.
Matt graduated from the University of North Carolina, with honors and distinction. He then received his law degree from University of Virginia School of Law, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif. Matt also served as Notes Editor for the Virginia Law Review.