Matthew R. Byrne is Of Counsel in the Cincinnati, Ohio, office of Jackson Lewis P.C.
Mr. Byrne counsels clients regarding a wide range of issues, including employment discrimination claims, employee leave, wage and hour issues, employment policies, and employee discipline and termination. He has represented clients in employment litigation and before administrative agencies.
While attending law school, he was symposium editor of the Ohio State Law Journal and the winner of the Donald S. Teller Memorial Award for student writing contributing most significantly to the Ohio State Law Journal. He also clerked for the Acting General Counsel of the United States Department of the Treasury. During his undergraduate studies, he was a University Scholar, Xavier Service Fellow, and director of Xavier Action, the university's campus-wide community service network.
Prior to entering law school Mr. Byrne worked as a member of the White House staff in the Office of Presidential Personnel, the office responsible for selecting candidates to recommend to the President of the United States for appointment or nomination to high-level government positions.
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Inaugural Ohio Chapters Conference
April 25, 2017