Matthew C. Weiner
Licensed in Pennsylvania; not licensed in Texas
Matthew Weiner works primarily on antitrust class-action litigation. His experience includes specific attention to antitrust law and economics as applied in the pharmaceutical industry.
Mr. Weiner started working part-time for
Hilliard Shadowen LLP during his last semester of law school, and he joined the
firm full-time upon graduation in May 2012.
His practice concentrates on developing and litigating antitrust and
consumer protection cases in the pharmaceutical industry. He has assumed significant roles in a number
of the firm’s pharmaceutical antitrust cases, including:
- In re Loestrin Antitrust Litigation;
- In re Actos End-Payor Antitrust
- In re Suboxone Antitrust Litigation;
- In re Asacol Antitrust Litigation;
- In re Aggrenox Antitrust Litigation;
- In re Solodyn Antitrust Litigation; and
- In re Nexium Antitrust Litigation.
In addition, Mr. Weiner has assumed significant roles in all of the firm's civil rights cases.
Mr. Weiner graduated from The
Pennsylvania State University, Smeal College of Business with a B.S. in
Accounting. He then attended The
Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law, where he served as
managing editor of the school’s law review, Yearbook on Arbitration and
Mediation. He was also elected to coach
Penn State’s ABA National Moot Court team, and he competed in the Mardi Gras
Sports Law Moot Court Competition.
While attending law school, Mr. Weiner
served as a judicial extern for the Hon. Kim Gibson, United States District
Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
He was also a judicial intern for the Hon. Linda S. Jamieson, Supreme
Court of New York, Rockland Division.
Mr. Weiner has extensive research experience in antitrust, having served as a research assistant for a professor updating a comprehensive antitrust treatise, and for another professor preparing a volume on antitrust law in the pharmaceutical industry. Other areas of particular interest include consumer class action litigation and arbitration.
"It is imperative to feel committed and passionate towards the work one does. That is why I became an attorney. That is
why I am grateful to be a
part of Hilliard &
-Matthew C. Weiner
BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS
- Middle District of Pennsylvania; Western District of Texas; Second Circuit; Ninth Circuit; U.S. Supreme Court
B.S. in Accounting,
Pennsylvania State University Smeal College of Business
State University Dickinson School of Law