Matt Korenoski is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Services Department and a member of the firm’s Associates Committee. He focuses his practice on civil and commercial litigation and municipal law, including zoning and land use. He has represented individual, corporate, and local government clients in various matters including contracts, fraud, misrepresentation, restrictive covenants, consumer rights, real estate, employment discrimination, breach of fiduciary duty, insurance and annuities, zoning, land use, Right to Know Law, tax assessments, eminent domain, motor vehicle accidents and premises liability. He served as first chair at a federal jury trial and has experience with depositions, hearings, arbitrations, motions practice, and successful arguments before the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court.
Prior to working at Schnader, Mr. Korenoski worked at a full-service, mid-size firm in Pittsburgh, PA. He graduated from Duquesne University School of Law in June 2016, cum laude. While there, he served as an Associate Editor for the Duquesne Law Review, and his article O’Bannon vs. the NCAA: An Antitrust Assault on the NCAA’s Dying Amateurism Principle was selected for publication in Volume 54, Issue 2.
While in law school, Mr. Korenoski also served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Thomas M. Hardiman at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He also interned in–house at two large corporations, where he researched issues including international franchising and privacy rights, and reviewed contracts with vendors and independent contractors.
News & Publications
- To Preside or Not to Preside: Questions and Concerns on the Varying Practices of Judicial Participation in Jury Selection
- Intellectual Property and College Athletics – NCAA Clarifies Stance on Student-Athlete Compensation
- New Overtime Pay Regulation in Pennsylvania May Create Obligations for Employers Beyond Federal Requirements
- U.S. Department of Labor Announces New Overtime Pay Rule with January 1 Effective Date
- O’Bannon vs. the NCAA: An Antitrust Assault on the NCAA’s Dying Amateurism Principle
- Duquesne University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2016
- University of Pittsburgh, B.A. in English Writing and History, cum laude, 2012
- New Jersey
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
- Philadelphia Bar Association, Member
- Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member
- Duquesne Law Alumni Association, Member
- Duquesne Law Review, Associate Editor/Team Lead
- Law school awards include the CALI Excellence for the Future Award – Contracts II and CALI Excellence for the Future Award – Administrative Law