Shareholder, Litigation Group
Matthew S. Veech
Matt Veech joined the firm’s Litigation Group in July 2005. His practice is devoted to representing a vast array of clients, from individuals to large corporations, in a variety of employment and business-related disputes.
Areas of Focus
- Commercial litigation
- Trade secret & non-compete litigation
- Employment litigation
- Corporate governance
- Graduate of Texas A&M University
- Graduate of South Texas College of Law Houston
- Houston Bar Association
Awards & Recognitions
- Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star (2010, 2007-2008)
Matt Veech joined the firm's Litigation Group in July 2005. His practice is devoted to representing a vast array of clients, from individuals to large corporations, in a variety of employment and business-related disputes.
Matt has represented clients in matters relating to enforcement of non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, misappropriation of trade secrets and proprietary information, breach of fiduciary duties and breach of contract, shareholder oppression, and related business torts. He has also represented clients in employment-related claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation under Title VII, the ADA, the ADEA, the FMLA and the Texas Labor Code, as well as wage and overtime claims under the FLSA and Texas Payday Act.
Matt works directly with clients to navigate the myriad of employment-law related issues faced day-to-day by anyone operating a business — from internal investigations, discipline, counseling and terminations, to development of employee policies and procedures. Prior to joining the firm, he worked for almost six years at a large, national law firm where his focus was primarily employment and mass toxic tort litigation.
Matt began his legal career as a briefing attorney for the Honorable Adele Hedges on the Court of Appeals for the First District of Texas. While in law school, he served as an articles editor for the South Texas Law Review. He uses the skills gained from these experiences to effectively evaluate the issues faced by his clients and to develop practical solutions to their issues.
Clients Honor BoyarMiller in BTI Power Rankings 2017 Independent Report; Cites Firm as Having “Strongest Client Relationships” in Energy Industry, Again
BoyarMiller Wins Appeal That Advances Texas Law on Employee Non-compete and Trade Secret Claims
BTI Power Rankings 2016 Names BoyarMiller as a “go to” Firm for Clients in the Energy Industy
Strong Demand, Excess Capacity Fuels Uncertainty in Oil and Gas Industry Cites Expert Panel at BoyarMiller Energy Forum
BoyarMiller Shareholder Matthew Veech Elected President of St. Anne School Foundation Board of Trustees
Unanimous Jury Verdict in Contract and Non-Compete Case
Texas Super Lawyers Names BoyarMiller Attorneys as 2010 Rising Stars
Department of Labor issues first Guidance on Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Unprecedented Times: Employment Considerations Amid COVID-19
“Strength in Numbers” Gets Weakened: The Supreme Court Allows Employers to Enforce Individual Arbitration Provisions
NDAs, Taxes, and #metoo—Can Non-Disclosure Agreements Included in Settlement Agreements Stand in the Wake of the #metoo Movement?
The More Things Change . . . The Department of Labor Withdraws Obama Era Employee Status Protections for Employees
Problem employee? Tips to protect your company against discrimination claims. (Part 2)
Problem employee? Tips to protect your company against discrimination claims. (Part 1)
Classifying Outside Sales Staff: Do They Actually Make Sales?
Restrictions on Competition in Texas
Texas Supreme Court Decides in Favor of Employers on Issue of First Impression
Employees May Have a Privacy Interest in Emails Sent from Employer-Provided Computers
Social Networking Impersonation Now a Felony in Texas
When you find yourself in a battle for your livelihood and reputation you better have the right team around you. I certainly had that in Matthew Veech of BoyarMiller. Matt and his team represented us in a way that I always felt very confident that I was getting excellent legal counsel as well as outstanding analysis of our strategy and options. Matt Veech and his team always listened to me and took my concerns and implemented them into our game plan. Matt and his team were sensitive to costs, always working to keep costs down while not cutting corners. Most of all the team at BoyarMiller handled my case with great integrity and I trusted that though we might be doing the hard thing that we were doing the right thing.