Matthew Quandt

Matthew Quandt

Matthew Quandt helps clients solve complex transactional problems. Matthew values learning the priorities of both business and legal professionals and works to meet those needs with clear communication and pragmatic solutions. He has experience working with both corporate clients and nonprofit organizations on a variety of transactions, including stock and asset acquisitions, corporate restructuring, digital content licensing and distribution, technology transactions, and strategic partnerships. Matthew’s years of paralegal experience at a major entertainment company have provided him with the insight to negotiate deal terms to maximize his client’s position.

As a 2020 summer associate at Venable, Matthew analyzed and prepared memos on the effects of COVID-19 on M&A, the tax implications for nonprofits of live and virtual events, and the prosecutorial discretion of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). He also received first place in the summer associate mock transactional competition. While in law school, Matthew held internships with a major healthcare technology company and an anti-human-trafficking nonprofit.

Related Practices




  • J.D. with honors The George Washington University Law School 2021
    • George Washington Scholar
    • Staff editor, The George Washington Business & Finance Law Review
    • Concentration in Business & Finance Law
  • B.A. Cinema-Television University of Southern California 2011
    • Dean’s Scholar

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia



  • Volunteer, Shared Hope International (anti-human-trafficking nonprofit)
  • Volunteer, The A21 Campaign (anti-human-trafficking nonprofit)

Personal Activities

  • Eagle Scout