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Matthew Kane, Esq.

Matthew S. Kane, Esq. is a senior associate attorney at Cabot Mantanona LLP. This is his fourth year with the firm. Mr. Kane specializes in civil litigation, corporate, and administrative law.
Prior to coming to Cabot Mantanona LLP, Mr. Kane worked at Cota Cole & Huber LLP, where he represented both corporate clients and municipal clients in civil litigation matters in several federal and state courts throughout California. Before that, he worked at Mastagni Holstedt, A.P.C., where he represented various state and local labor associations and their members in confidential administrative matters and in lawsuits filed on their behalf. Mr. Kane started his career on Guam as a Research Attorney for the Supreme Court of Guam, where he researched and drafted legal memoranda and opinions, and advised the Supreme Court on myriad complex issues that arose on appeal. Mr. Kane obtained his Juris Doctor from UC Davis School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Kane worked at Legal Services of Northern California and the Office of Legislative Counsel in California. As a student he served as a chair of both the Journal of International Law and Policy and the Trial Practice Honors Board, and he participated in the Prison Law Clinical Program and the UCDC Law Program, later earning Pubic Service Law and Pro Bono Program certificates. He also served as a teaching assistant for a first- year legal research and writing course taught at UC Davis’ law school and for a political science course
taught at UC Davis’ undergraduate school.
Mr. Kane holds two Bachelor's degrees from Pitzer College in Mathematics and Political Studies, where he attained honors. After college, Mr. Kane served as a Fulbright Fellow in Jeju-Do, South Korea, where he taught English as a second language.

J.D., University of California, Davis School of Law, 2012
B.A., Pitzer College, Mathematics, 2008
B.A., Pitzer College, Political Studies, 2008

Supreme Court of Guam
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
United States District Court of Guam
Supreme Court of California

Central District of California
Eastern District of California