Matthew A.Sloan


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Matthew provides his clients pragmatic solutions to workplace safety, whistleblower, and labor relations issues, and serves as a strong advocate before agencies and other tribunals when disputes arise.

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Matthew advises clients on federal, state, and local workplace safety and health regulations, and works with them to confront various challenges and dilemmas associated with workplace safety. He also represents and defends employers in various workplace safety and health enforcement actions, including OSHA citations and contests.

No one workplace is the same, and Matthew is adept at catering to the unique needs of each of his clients. When challenges arise, Matthew leverages the practice group's longstanding working relationships with federal and state agencies to provide his clients practical legal insight and advocacy.

Matthew is also a member of the Labor and Management Relations group. In this role, he provides support and representation to employers involved in arbitrations, collective bargaining, labor relations litigation, and other labor proceedings.

Matthew brings a background of strong training and experience to his practice, having worked with a broad range of clients of different shapes and sizes, from local nonprofits to international Fortune 50 companies, and across several different industries, from health care to manufacturing.

As both a counselor and a litigator, Matthew brings a unique experience to his practice. He has successfully handled inspections, investigations, and hearings before administrative and judicial bodies, all while providing day-to-day guidance on discrete matters related to workplace safety and other workplace conditions.

Matthew enjoys working with one of the world's deepest benches of labor and employment attorneys. The collective body of labor and employment experience at Seyfarth is second to none, and he enjoys learning from and collaborating with his colleagues to provide practical solutions to challenging workplace problems.

  • JD, Duke University School of Law

    Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy, Special Projects Editor

  • BA, Cornell University
    Government and Sociology with honors
  • Illinois
  • US Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
  • US District Court, Central District of Illinois
  • US District Court, Northern District of Illinois
  • US District Court, Southern District of Indiana
  • US District Court, Eastern District of Michigan