Healthcare litigator Matthew Gordon represents healthcare organizations and individuals in matters involving regulatory compliance and other complex issues, including government investigations, false claims actions, contract disputes, Medicaid rate litigation and class action lawsuits. Matthew litigates in federal and state courts, administrative tribunals, arbitrations and appellate proceedings on behalf of hospital systems, academic medical centers, Medicaid managed care organizations, medical device manufacturers, dialysis providers and healthcare joint ventures, and he has helped obtain favorable resolutions for healthcare clients in numerous high-value disputes. Matthew also represents individual practitioners in licensing and disciplinary matters.
Drawing on his background in biomedical research and public health, Matthew counsels healthcare clients on compliance issues and helps navigates internal investigations and responses to enforcement proceedings brought by state and federal agencies.
As part of his active pro bono practice, Matthew was appointed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit as counsel for an individual arrested for protesting in downtown Portland. He has also successfully defended immigrants in removal proceedings and assisted refugees applying for asylum.