Matthew D'Amore is a partner in Morrison & Foerster's New York office. His practice includes representing clients in complex federal litigation, particularly patent litigation and securities class action. Mr. D'Amore also consults for technology companies on securities, patent and intellectual property issues; has advised clients in a broad range of industries; and has helped clients resolve disputes involving all areas of intellectual property as well as antitrust, securities, regulatory and general commercial matters. He also has an active pro bono practice, having represented disabled children denied special education services and Medicaid beneficiaries denied certain entitlements. Mr. D'Amore is also involved in the firm's technology decision making, serving on Morrison & Foerster's Technology Strategy Committee for several years, and more recently helping to investigate new litigation and practice support tools for use by the firm. He will be co-teaching a seminar in Pre-trial Practice, Litigation Strategies, and Remedies in Commercial Litigation with Anthony Radice.