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Matthew P. Legg

Matthew P. Legg

Associate

Matt Legg is an Associate at Schochor, Federico and Staton, P.A. Mr. Legg received his undergraduate degree in English and Classics in 2009 from Bowdoin College and his Juris Doctor in 2015 from the University of Maryland School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Legg served as an Asper Judicial Fellow for the Honorable Paul W. Grimm of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, where he assisted the court in the administration of cases and drafted an assessment of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 17(c)(2) for presentation to the Rules Committee.

Mr. Legg played an important role in the Mountaire litigation. Mr. Legg represented residents in Millsboro, Delaware affected by groundwater contamination and air pollution from industrial agriculture operations. He played a major role in the litigation, overseeing written discovery and managing a team of document reviewers responsible for millions of pages of responsive discovery material, along with many other tasks.

Mr. Legg currently represents clients in a variety of mass tort and class action matters. He is engaged in the representation of individuals exposed to potential bloodborne pathogens in an ambulatory surgery center. Mr. Legg also represents dozens of public entities (counties, cities, and other municipalities) in the opioid litigation against the opioid supply chain defendants (i.e. manufacturers, distributors, pharmacies, etc.). He is additionally involved in the representation of dozens of school boards in the JUUL litigation. Prior to joining Schochor, Federico and Staton, P.A., Mr. Legg practiced law in Baltimore, Maryland, where he gained significant experience in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including medical negligence, personal injury, and commercial disputes. In 2018, Mr. Legg was a member of the University of Maryland Football Commission that was tasked with investigating the culture of the school’s football program after the death of Jordan McNair.

Mr. Legg is admitted to practice in Maryland and the United States District Court for the District of Maryland and has been admitted pro hac in a variety of other jurisdictions.

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Matthew P. Legg

Associate

Matt Legg is an Associate at Schochor, Federico and Staton, P.A. Mr. Legg received his undergraduate degree in English and Classics in 2009 from Bowdoin College and his Juris Doctor in 2015 from the University of Maryland School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Legg served as an Asper Judicial Fellow for the Honorable Paul W. Grimm of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, where he assisted the court in the administration of cases and drafted an assessment of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 17(c)(2) for presentation to the Rules Committee.

Mr. Legg played an important role in the Mountaire litigation. Mr. Legg represented residents in Millsboro, Delaware affected by groundwater contamination and air pollution from industrial agriculture operations. He played a major role in the litigation, overseeing written discovery and managing a team of document reviewers responsible for millions of pages of responsive discovery material, along with many other tasks.

Mr. Legg currently represents clients in a variety of mass tort and class action matters. He is engaged in the representation of individuals exposed to potential bloodborne pathogens in an ambulatory surgery center. Mr. Legg also represents dozens of public entities (counties, cities, and other municipalities) in the opioid litigation against the opioid supply chain defendants (i.e. manufacturers, distributors, pharmacies, etc.). He is additionally involved in the representation of dozens of school boards in the JUUL litigation. Prior to joining Schochor, Federico and Staton, P.A., Mr. Legg practiced law in Baltimore, Maryland, where he gained significant experience in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including medical negligence, personal injury, and commercial disputes. In 2018, Mr. Legg was a member of the University of Maryland Football Commission that was tasked with investigating the culture of the school’s football program after the death of Jordan McNair.

Mr. Legg is admitted to practice in Maryland and the United States District Court for the District of Maryland and has been admitted pro hac in a variety of other jurisdictions.

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