Our Alumni Blogger for the month of November is Mathew O’Neill. Matt is a shareholder at Fox, O’Neill & Shannon, S.C. His practice focuses on commercial litigation, appeals, arbitration, shareholder disputes, and election and campaign finance law. Matt graduated from Marquette Law School in 1991, in the old building. Since 2004, Matt has trained lawyers to observe at the polls on behalf of the Democratic Party, vigorously trying to ensure that every eligible voter gets to cast a vote that is counted. In 2005 Matt testified before Congress about voting rights issues, including voter suppression efforts, the real problems with heavy turnout elections, and the absence of voter fraud. He has litigated numerous election issues in the past, including HAVA cross-check challenges, attempted City of Milwaukee registration roll purges, and ballot access cases. Welcome aboard, Matt!