Matt Corcoran focuses on representing clients around the globe in bankruptcy, transactional, energy, and health care-related disputes. He has substantial experience counseling clients in disputes involving fraudulent conveyance, preference, breach of contract, fiduciary duty, fraud, trust, false claims act, Medicare secondary payer, and consumer protection laws claims.
Recently, Matt obtained a $20 million judgment in a dispute arising out of the applicability of a purchase agreement's material adverse effect (or material adverse change) clause to the circumstances leading to the failed sale of mining operations. He also was part of a trial team that at the close of plaintiffs' case, obtained on the seventh day of a jury trial a directed verdict on all claims, including fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and breach of contract.
Matt's representations include: Peabody Energy Corporation, Battelle Memorial Institute, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, General Motors, Chrysler, IBM, JP Morgan, Bank of America, Cardinal Health, OhioHealth, Cleveland Clinic, UPMC, National Century Financial Enterprises, Black Diamond Mining, LaSalle Investment Management, First American, CoreLogic, Stride Rite, Macy's, American Apparel, the Weir Group, and others.
When Matt is not litigating cases, he counsels clients through false claims act investigations. He recently shepherded multiple clients through Medicare-related investigations in which the government declined to intervene. Afterward, Matt obtained the dismissal of the relators' claims in each of the qui tam lawsuits that had been filed.
- May 2008
Does FACTA Truncation Apply To E-Commerce? Privacy & Data Security Law Journal
- The Ohio State University (J.D. summa cum laude 2004; Order of the Coif; Managing Editor, Ohio State Law Journal); University of Michigan (B.A. in Economics 2000)
- Ohio, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio
- Named an "Ohio Rising Star" by Ohio Super Lawyers in 2009 and 2011