Eric Matava is an associate in the firm’s Pittsburgh office. His practice involves a variety of matters related to health care, public policy, intellectual property litigation, and government enforcement.
His practice is concentrated on representing health systems, hospitals, and physician practices in a variety of regulatory, transactional and litigation matters, including:
Eric is also involved with advocacy and policy development, with a focus on the fields of health care and education. As a local elected official, he has extensive experience with municipal law and with navigating the various channels of government.
He has an active pro bono practice, representing victims of domestic violence seeking Protection from Abuse (“PFA”) orders. He is also a member of the firm’s Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project and assists victims of “revenge porn” with takedowns and related litigation.
Eric was a summer associate with the firm in 2014. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Matava was a law clerk at two Pittsburgh area law firms.
In 2011, Eric was a legislative intern for U.S. Representative F. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI), responsible for communicating with constituents, researching policy issues, and performing other legislative duties.