Matthew Satchwell is a trial attorney who focuses his patent litigation practice on representing clients in the automotive device, semiconductor, integrated circuit, navigation, mobile communications devices, power electronics and communications technology.

Matthew has years of experience representing his clients in patent jury trials, ITC trials and inter partes reviews.

Matt has achieved significant courtroom successes for his clients in complex intellectual property cases in a variety of Federal District Courts popular with patent plaintiffs, including the Eastern District of Texas, the Eastern District of Michigan, the Northern District of Illinois, the Northern District of California, the District of Delaware and the District of New Jersey, among others.

Matthew also has extensive experience in Section 337 patent investigations before the International Trade Commission, and has represented some of the world's largest technology companies in complex, multi-patent ITC litigation. He is well-versed in the particularities of ITC litigation from both the Complainant's and Respondent's perspective, including recent experience representing many of the world's largest computer, mobile communications and automotive companies in several different large-scale investigations involving dozens of patents.

Matthew was lead counsel in one of the first inter partes reviews filed under the new America Invents Act, and is one of the few attorneys in the country who has argued an IPR hearing at the Patent Trials and Appeals Board.  As a registered Patent attorney, he continues to represent his clients in IPR proceedings on a variety of technology.

Matthew’s technical experience includes a strong background in mathematics, software theory and development, theoretical physics and electrical engineering. He is comfortable with a wide array of technologies, especially the high-tech fields of electrical, software and mechanical engineering.