Matthew Detzel is an Orlando litigation attorney who focuses his practice on helping clients address and overcome complex problems in the courtroom and the boardroom. A tech-forward, creative problem-solver, Mr. Detzel brings the innovator’s spirit from his past work in the technology sector to his roles as trusted adviser and tireless advocate. As an adviser, Mr. Detzel leverages his deep understanding of technology to help clients navigate and comply with complex regulatory requirements, particularly in matters of data privacy, cybersecurity and information governance such as data breach avoidance and response, records retention and defensible disposition of sensitive information. As a litigator, Mr. Detzel has helped clients successfully advance creative legal theories and make new law in several fields and achieve exemplary results in complex, high-stakes litigation and class actions across several legal disciplines. Mr. Detzel’s experience includes representing clients in a wide range of contract and business disputes, including intellectual property (IP) infringement; constitutional challenges; Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and healthcare benefits litigation; antitrust, unfair competition and deceptive trade practices; intentional torts; and violations of the federal Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) and similar state laws. He is proficient with cutting-edge tools and techniques for e-discovery, including leveraging the use of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), and devotes considerable time to staying apprised of emerging technologies and new developments that could impact the businesses of clients and his practice. Mr. Detzel also possesses considerable experience helping institutional clients detect, respond to and resolve complex fraud schemes, routinely serving as investigator, adviser and – when necessary – as an advocate in litigation, appeals and bankruptcy proceedings.