Matthew Mokwa concentrates his practice on products liability and mass
tort litigation, as well as securities fraud and consumer class action
cases. As an Orlando personal injury attorney at The Maher Law Firm, he
is dedicated to delivering client-focused and compassionate legal services
to the wrongly injured. His passion for litigating cases involving corporate
fraud and financial corruption stems from his unique blend of legal and
business acumen. Prior to joining our firm, he worked as an attorney in
the private equity and venture capital industry. He gained valuable insight
into how corporations are valued and how easy it is for unethical companies
to misrepresent their financial health or the safety of their products.
Attorney Mokwa earned his Bachelor of Science degree (summa cum laude)
from the Eller Business School at the University of Arizona where he was
selected by the faculty as the Outstanding Marketing Student and was the
recipient of the Award for Highest Academic Distinction at graduation.
He earned his law degree from The University of Texas School of Law where
he was a Presidential Scholar and member of the Phi Delta Legal Honor
Society. He is admitted to practice before the United States Court of
Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and United States District Courts for
the Middle District of Florida and the Southern District of Florida.
The author of multiple legal articles addressing financial fraud and accounting
improprieties, Attorney Mokwa's publication "Enron, Sarbanes
Oxley and the End of Earnings Management" (Texas Business Journal
Winter 2004) is a well-respected and often cited summary of securities fraud.
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- The University of Texas School of Law, J.D. -2003
- University of Arizona, Eller Business School, B.S.
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