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Matthew Streety

Matthew Streety

Associate
Phone: 512.874.3849
Fax:512.874.3801

Matthew Streety defends pharmaceutical and medical device companies in complex product liability litigation in state and federal courts. He has worked on nationwide multidistrict litigation and mass torts involving major pharmaceutical products used to treat anemia and diabetes, and he routinely defends manufacturers of neurosurgical and biologic devices.

Matthew has experience in all stages of pre-trial litigation, including pleadings, discovery, dispositive motion practice, settlements and mediation. He has taken and defended fact witness and treater depositions, drafted complex answers and discovery responses, as well as prepared numerous dispositive motions and supporting briefs. Additionally, Matthew has interviewed and selected experts for use in discovery and at trial, worked alongside seasoned medical doctors and engineers to craft expert reports and prepared substantive motions to exclude opposing expert testimony from trial. He prides himself most on his ability to negotiate with opposing counsel to resolve disputes, even amid contentious litigation.

In his spare time, Matthew enjoys staying active by hiking, swimming, and paddleboarding at the many parks and outdoor spaces around Austin. He also enjoys reading and has recently discovered an interest in the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro and the Wheel of Time series.

 

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2021

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas

Education

  • The University of Texas School of Law, J.D., 2021

    cum laude

    Texas International Law Journal

    Dean’s Achievement Award – Outstanding Student in Crisis Management

    Teaching Assistant, International & Constitutional Law

  • Texas A&M University, B.A., 2018

    summa cum laude

    Phi Beta Kappa

    Major: Philosphy

     

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Publications

  • "Texas Discovery: A Practitioner's Guide to Taking and Resisting Discovery Under the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure," Contributing Author, 2022