“We are very pleased to welcome Matthew to the firm,” said Burt M. Kahn, managing director of Joseph, Greenwald & Laake. “He is an asset to the firm’s Employment Law practice, especially because of his knowledge of the False Claims Act and experience with public policy.”
Before his employment at JGL, Kreiser held a number of positions in public policy development, analysis and advocacy. He has advocated for the interests of hospitals and community-based healthcare providers at both the state and federal levels. He also interned with the United States Sentencing Commission in its office of Education and Sentencing Practice, where he helped analyze issues concerning courts’ use of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, composing in-depth policy analysis of the problems associated with court-ordered restitution against individuals convicted of possession of child pornography under the Mandatory Victims Restitution Act of 1996.
Kreiser earned his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law and his bachelor’s degree from the Ohio State University.