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Matthew J. O'Hara

Matthew J. O'Hara

Freeborn & Peters LLP

Chicago, IL, USA


Matthew O'Hara is a business trial lawyer who concentrates his practice in the litigation and trial of complex commercial matters in federal and state courts and the representation of law firms and lawyers. He has tried cases involving the federal securities laws, antitrust, breach of fiduciary duty, trade secrets, trademark infringement, breach of contract, license agreements, executive employment, the Uniform Commercial Code, fraud, and criminal defense. He also litigates cases involving private shareholder and partnership disputes, legal malpractice, fraudulent transfers, defamation, and other commercial matters. He has represented clients in investigative proceedings before the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission. He is also experienced in briefing and arguing state and federal appeals. In the legal industry, Matt represents law firms and lawyers in litigation, counseling, and disciplinary defense, and serves as an expert witness in cases involving legal ethics and professional liability.

Prior to joining Freeborn, Matt was a Partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP where he served on the Firm's Executive Committee and as co-chair of the firm's Lawyers Professional Liability practice group.

Matt began his legal career in 1996 at Sachnoff & Weaver, Ltd., which merged with Reed Smith LLP in 2007. He served as a deputy general counsel to Reed Smith, advising the firm on ethics and risk management.

Matthew J. O'Hara is associated with the following items:
Live Seminar  Live Seminar Understanding the Securities Laws 2018, Wednesday, September 26, 2018, Chicago, IL
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