Matthew Goldberg > DLA Piper LLP (US) > Philadelphia, United States > Lawyer Profile

DLA Piper LLP (US)
United States

Work Department

Litigation, Arbitration and Investigations; Product Liability, Mass Torts and Product Stewardship; Class Actions; Antitrust and Competition




Matt Goldberg is involved in a variety of matters for DLA Piper’s global litigation group, focusing on class actions, product liability matters and commercial litigation. He is a Steering Committee member of DLA’s Global Class Action and Collective Redress Team.

Matt represents a variety of multinational automotive and automobile component part manufactures in complex litigation pending in federal and state courts across the US. He is routinely asked to advise companies based outside of the US on jurisdictional challenges and cross-border discovery issues.

His experience also includes representation of an outdoor power equipment manufacturer in commercial litigation; insurers in class actions and internal investigations; an accounting firm in a securities class action; a sexual health product manufacturer in connection with a Federal Trade Commission investigation; and an opioid manufacturer alleged to have engaged in fraud and unfair competition.


J.D., Temple University; B.A., Temple University

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Dispute resolution > Product liability, mass tort and class action - defense: automotive/transport

Benefiting from a sizeable overarching product liability and mass tort offering throughout the country and also aided by a raft of legal technology products including an expert witness portal and litigation analytics tool, DLA Piper LLP (US) is able to represent numerous transport-based clients in resource-intensive mandates. Philadelphia-based Matthew Goldberg represents a variety of multinational automotive and automobile component part manufacturers in complex litigation; including successfully helping Porsche Cars North America to resist numerous putative class actions relating to product liability, including defective engine and suspension systems. Although automotive clients remain central to the practice, it has also been fairly active in the aviation space, including work for several airlines defending against putative class actions seeking damages for an alleged failure to pay refunds due to Covid-19.  Christopher Campbell in Atlanta co-heads the team with Loren Brown in New York and James Brogan in Philadelphia. Baltimore-based Joel Dewey has vast experience at trial and appellate level, including in the context of class actions and MDL proceedings for automotive manufacturers.