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...and What We Can Do For You.
Sack Law handles all matters of civil litigation, while specializing in all areas of commercial and construction law.  We provide clear, simple advice ensuring you fully understand all the options available so we can together make a balanced decision about how to proceed.
  • Fuel your success.  Sack Law is committed to helping our clients build – and sustain – strong businesses. We work hard to develop longstanding relationships with our clients, and we do so by truly advocating on your behalf.
  • Identify risks and prevent problems.  We maintain a steadfast focus on preventing problems. To that end, we spend a great deal of time educating our clients – helping you understand and address risks. Though that usually means lower billable hours for the firm, it always translates into better short- and long-term outcomes for your business.
  • Take a pragmatic approach when problems do occur.  Even with a strong, proactive approach, business and legal issues will arise. In those cases, Sack Law works hard to help identify the most effective solution possible.
About Matthew
During more than a decade of practicing law, Matt has represented clients ranging from individuals, homeowners, municipalities, small businesses and large national corporations.  Matt is an experienced litigator and trial lawyer, having tried, arbitrated and mediated numerous cases resulting in favorable verdicts and settlements in state and federal courts.  Matt also has extensive appellate experience, litigating in multiple state courts of appeal and Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal.  Matt has experience handling all types of civil matters, including construction and commercial law, property issues, contract disputes and all matters pertaining to businesses.
Matt resides in Bozeman with his wife Caressa, owner of Big Sky Wine and Spirits Academy , and their twins, Audrey and Ian.  Outside of the office, Matt enjoys the Montana outdoors with his family. 
Court Admissions
In addition to Montana, Matt is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as well as the following federal courts:
  U.S. Eastern District of Pennsylvania
        U.S Middle District of Pennsylvania
        U.S. Western District of Pennsylvania
        U.S. District of New Jersey
        Third Circuit Court of Appeals
        Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Gettysburg College (BA, 2001)
Delaware Law School (JD, 2006)
        Widener Law Review, Staff Editor               

Montana State Bar, Construction Law Section

Montana Trial Lawyers Association (MTLA)
Gallatin County Bar Association
Southwest Montana Building Industry Association (SWMBIA), Associate Member