Matthew T. Wax-Krell is a partner in the firm’s commercial litigation group, as well as the bankruptcy and reorganization group.
He handles cases involving complex business issues, including banking and lending transactions, commercial lease disputes, and general civil commercial litigation. Mr. Wax-Krell also has substantial experience litigating commercial foreclosures, representing lenders, borrowers, and court-appointed receivers.
Mr. Wax-Krell regularly appears in all state and federal courts, including bankruptcy court, and has argued before the Appellate Court of Connecticut.
Mr. Wax-Krell has served on the Board of Directors of Greater Hartford Legal Aid since 2009, and is currently the President of the Board.
Mr. Wax-Krell has also been a member of the Connecticut Bar Examining Committee since 2007, and currently serves as the Secretary and Chair of the Strategic Planning Subcommittee.
He has taught Moot Court at UConn Law School as an Adjunct Professor for three years (2015-2017).
He has been named as a Super Lawyer “Connecticut Rising Star” in the area of business litigation for nine consecutive years (2008-2016).
In 2015, the Connecticut Law Tribune named him as a “New Leader in the Law.”
He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Association and the Hartford County Bar Association.