Matt Miller is a partner at the firm's Nashville office and focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions (M&A), private equity, and venture capital transactions and other corporate and business matters.
Matt has significant transactional experience in key industries, including health care, technology, life sciences, consumer products, sports, and entertainment.
Matt represents strategic buyers and sellers of businesses, hospital systems, physician owners, family offices, private equity funds, venture debt and growth equity investors, public and private companies, athletes, entertainers, and high net worth individuals in complex corporate and business transactions, including M&A transactions, joint ventures, Series A financings, corporate reorganizations, spin-offs, carve-outs, cross border transactions, fund formation, consulting agreements and incentive compensation arrangements.
In addition to his transactional experience, clients value Matt for his efficient, practical and business-minded approach to solving legal problems, as well as his technical ability, responsiveness, and attention to quality and detail.
Prior to joining K&L Gates, Matt lived in New York for over a decade where he practiced law at two global law firms before returning to his home state of Tennessee.
As a former officer in the US Navy, Matt values public service and, in addition to supporting Nashville's business community, he regularly volunteers time at his church and in support of local charities and non-profits. Matt is the current chair of Nashville's pro bono committee.
- Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2023 for work in Health Care Law
- Legal Advisory Board Member, The Beacon Center of Tennessee
- Member, Association for Corporate Growth (Tennessee Chapter)
- Member, American Health Lawyers Association
- Law Clerk to the Honorable Helen E. Hoens, New Jersey Supreme Court, 2012-2013
- Lieutenant, US Navy and US Navy Reserve, 2006-2013
- Speaker, America Entrepreneur Workshop Series Cohort: Bunker Labs Entrepreneur Workshop, 12 August 2021
- Quoted, "SEC Could Pull More 'Unicorns' Into Public Reporting Regime," Law360, 28 January 2022