Matthew Stippich practices in the areas of business law and commercial transactions with a special emphasis on matters involving technology. He represents clients on matters involving computers, the Internet, electronic commerce, and the development, protection, acquisition, and licensing of information systems, software and related technology.
Matt also works extensively in the area of eDiscovery and digital forensics with a focus on managing costs associated with the preservation, searching and production of digital information as well as internal investigations. He advises companies, law firms and government agencies on proactive best-practices for managing eDiscovery and forensic issues associated with litigation, employment and security events. Past projects have included developing and implementing ESI strategies in response to SEC and US DOJ investigations of potential FCPA violations across more than 40 countries.
Matt frequently writes and speaks on topics related to e-discovery and digital forensics. He is the co-author of “Electronic Discovery and Records Management Guide: Rules, Checklists and Forms”, 2011-2016 (West) and a contributing author of “Wisconsin Discovery Law and Practice”, State Bar of Wisconsin (2011-2015). He also co-authored the supplement to the Multimedia Legal Handbook: A Guide From the Software Publishers Association (1999).
Among other civic activities, Mr. Stippich currently serves as Alderman for Wauwatosa’s 1st District.
Matt earned his undergraduate degree from Grinnell College and his J.D. degree from Marquette University.