Matthew H. Moore
Associate
PROFILE
AFFILIATIONS

Matthew’s Profile

Matthew is an Associate in Maynard Cooper’s Huntsville office and a member of the Corporate and Government Solutions practice groups. His Corporate experience entails a wide range of business and transactional services including contract drafting and negotiation, entity formation, corporate restructuring, corporate finance, and mergers and acquisitions.

As a member of the Firm’s Government Solutions Group, he also routinely represents government contractors in transactional and regulatory matters. On the transactional side, he drafts and negotiates subcontract agreements, teaming agreements, and joint venture arrangements. His regulatory practice includes advising companies on compliance issues under the FAR, the SBA’s regulations, the ITAR, and the EAR.

In addition, Matthew represents government contractors in bid protest and claim actions against government agencies.

Matthew’s Affiliations & Civic Involvement

Affiliations

  • American Bar Association, Section of Public Contract Law
  • Alabama State Bar Association
  • Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association
  • North Alabama International Trade Association
  • Huntsville Association of Small Businesses in Advanced Technology
BAR ADMISSIONS
State Bar:Alabama, Georgia
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
EDUCATION
Duke University School of Law (2010, J.D., Law & Contemporary Problems, Executive Editor and Staff Editor; Duke Law & Technology Review, Staff Writer)
Florida State University (2005, B.S., Chemistry; National Merit Scholar; Honors Program)
Blog
Government Solutions Webinar: New SBA Regulations Provide Tremendous Opportunities for Small Businesses: Mentor-Protege Agreements, JVs, and Relief from the Limitations on Subcontracting
Andy Watson, Matthew Moore and Jon Levin hosted a webinar on October 27 titled, New SBA Regulations Provide Tremendous Opportunities for Small Businesses: Mentor-Protege Agreements, JVs, and Relief from the Limitations on Subcontracting....
Blog
Proposed Rule Would Impact Government Contractors’ Nondisclosure Agreements
In January 2016, the FAR Council published a proposed rule (the “Rule”) that would impact government contractors’ compliance obligations relating to their nondisclosure / confidentiality agreements (“NDAs”).  The Rule...
Blog
Client Alert: OFCCP’s New Rule Against Pay Secrecy for Government Contractors
We published a prior alert on several of President Obama’s Executive Orders affecting government contractors.  This is an update to that alert regarding the Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (“OFCCP”...
Publication
Iran Sanctions