Matthew Altieri is an associate in Pierce Atwood’s litigation group. He focuses on class action defense and complex commercial disputes.
Matt’s litigation practice includes disputes concerning breach of contract, land use, consumer class actions, administrative appeals, construction disputes, and personal injury cases. His clients are individuals and companies in the insurance, construction, energy, and professional services industries.
Matt is among a small cohort of Maine attorneys participating in the Honorable Andrew M. Mead pro bono fellowship. In this role, Matt devotes a significant portion of his time to pro bono representation. In his pro bono work, Matt has represented individuals in illegal eviction actions, land use disputes, and child protection cases.
Prior to joining Pierce Atwood, Matt served as a law clerk to Chief Justice Leigh Saufley of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. During law school, Matt was a teaching assistant for Torts, Property, and Legal Writing, and provided research assistance to the Advisory Committee on Rules of Evidence. Before entering law school, Matt taught high school history and English.
Matt currently serves on the planning board for the town of Pownal, where he is an active member of the community.
- Maine Volunteer Lawyers Project Justice Andrew M. Mead Fellow for pro bono service
- Planning Board, Town of Pownal