Matt Barrack assists clients with the corporate legal process including mergers & acquisitions, securities offerings, intellectual property issues, and regulatory compliance. At the firm, he drafts contracts, pleadings, briefs, motions, and settlement agreements for contract negotiations and proceedings with a keen eye for each client’s needs.
Mr. Barrack graduated from St. John’s University School of Law in 2020 where he assisted in FINRA dispute settlement as a Legal Intern for the Securities Arbitration Clinic. His 2019 article discussing the U.S. government’s regulation of cryptocurrencies, Current Regulators Overseeing Cryptocurrencies are Restricting Access to this Innovative New Technology, won first place in the James E. Beckley Student Writing Competition sponsored by the Public Investors’ Advocate Bar Association.
Admitted to the New York State Bar in 2021, Mr. Barrack assisted New York startups to secure seed financing and strategic partnerships in order to accelerate the clients’ growth. He also spent time as an Insurance Defense Associate where he drafted various motions seeking summary judgment, dismissal of complaints, and enforcement of discovery procedures. Numerous theories of liability have also been a focus of Mr. Barrack’s research in order to better defend the insured.
Originally from New Jersey, Matt moved to Denver in early 2022 and enjoys hiking, snowboarding, and exploring new places in his free time.
- New York, 2021
- Southern District of New York, 2021
- Eastern District of New York, 2021
- Colorado, (Pending)
- JD – St. John’s University School of Law, 2020
- BA – University of Pittsburgh, 2017
- “Current Regulators Overseeing Cryptocurrencies are Restricting Access to this Innovative New Technology” PIABA Law Journal (2019)