With a University of Virginia B.A. and J.D., Matthew Cutts advises clients on complex civil litigation and criminal cases involving corporate and business activities. Mr. Cutts represents a broad range of domestic and foreign clients, including one of the world’s largest manufacturers of semiconductor computer chips, a leading provider of computer hardware and software, a major oil company, and several large, publicly-traded corporations.
By Mayoral appointment, Mr. Cutts serves as the Chairman of the Board of the D.C. Sports and Entertainment Commission, now constructing a $600 million stadium. He is also a board member of the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, and a board member of the Greater Washington Sports Alliance.
Previously, Mr. Cutts served as the senior law clerk to Chief Judge Annice M. Wagner of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, where he worked issues ranging from complex Constitutional questions involving the First, Fourth, and Fifth Amendments, to the application of the rules of civil procedure. He is a partner at the D.C. law firm of Squire Patton Boggs.