Real Estate, Business and Commercial Services, Wireless Infrastructure, Construction Law

Matthew R. Clark

About Matt

Matt provides legal and advisory services to private sector businesses throughout Indiana, including entity creation and analysis, general corporate and real estate transactional representation, including mergers and acquisitions.  His practice includes representation before various municipal boards and agencies as well as in State and Federal Courts.  Matt has occasionally presided over litigation as a judge pro-tempore in Marion Superior Court.  For nearly 20 years Matt has provided legal services in the wireless telecommunications infrastructure development field.

 

Matt has been in private practice in Indiana since 1985.  He is a native of Indianapolis, Indiana, graduating from Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory High School.  Matt holds a B.S. degree from the University of Wyoming and obtained his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis.  While in law school, Matt clerked for Judge Patricia J. Gifford, Marion Superior Court.  After being admitted to practice law, in addition to his private practice, Matt served as the Assistant Attorney for the Indiana State Senate Majority.  Matt is admitted to practice in Indiana and U.S. District Court, Southern and Northern Districts of Indiana, U.S. Tax Court and the U.S. Court of Claims.  Matt has served as Vice President of the Indianapolis Bar Association, as a Director on the Indianapolis Bar Foundation and been named a Distinguished Fellow by the Indianapolis Bar Foundation.  Matt has also served as an officer and director of the One Hundred Club which raises funds for police and fireman injured in the line of duty, is a member of the Police Motorcycle Drill Team, Inc., which raises funds for operation of the Indianapolis Motorcycle Police Drill Team’s appearances at parades, children’s hospitals, nursing homes, and other events both locally and nationally, and a member of the Heroes Club which funds a life insurance policy for the surviving family of any police or firefighter who loses their life in the line of duty and raises money for special safety equipment and training.

 

Matt’s memberships include:

 

  • Indiana State Bar Association—Business Law Section; Land Use and Zoning Section
  • Indianapolis Bar Association—Land Use Section