Matthew R. O’Connor

Matthew R. O'Connor

mro@troppitomiller.com
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Matthew O’Connor joined Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC in 2020.  He Focuses His Law Practice On:

  • Construction Litigation and issues related to:
    • Construction Contracts and Subcontracts
    • Mechanic’s Liens
    • Construction Defects
    • Subrogation
    • Debt Collection
  • Commercial and Residential Real Estate and issues related to:
    • Quiet Title Actions
    • Title Review and Curative Title Work
    • Leasing
    • Eviction
    • Purchase and Sale Agreements
    • Real Estate Closings
    • Preliminary and Permanent Injunctions
    • Financing
    • Liens
    • Easements
    • Encroachments
    • Licenses
    • Home Owners Associations
  • Business Litigation and Consulting and issues related to:
    • Confidentiality Agreements
    • Non-Compete Agreements
    • Trade Secrets
    • Business Entity Formation
    • Corporate Governance
    • Preliminary and Permanent Injunctions
  • Employment Law Counseling and issues related to:
    • Compliance with federal, state and local employment laws
    • Hiring and Termination
    • Employee Training
    • Employee Counseling
    • Preliminary and Permanent Injunctions

Professional Background:

Prior to Joining Troppito Miller Griffin, Mr. O’Connor’s worked for one of the largest private law firms in the nation, as in-house counsel for an international financial institution, a regional fiber communications firm and a regional bank.  Mr. O’Connor also served on the Board of Directors of a national insurance company.  Mr. O’Connor’s goal in every legal action in which he is involved is to achieve the most practical, cost-efficient and effective result for each of his clients.

Educational Background:

Graduated from Washburn Law School in 1998
Graduated from the University of Kansas in 1994 with a major in United States History

Law Licenses:

Kansas 1998
Missouri 1999

Personal:

Matt enjoys travelling (particularly to tropical destinations where he can scuba dive), cooking and following college and professional basketball and football.

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