Working with clients is what I do best. Whether it’s advising cities on issues or helping settle employment disputes, I always want the best outcome for those I represent.

Matthew S. Brick


Matt Brick is a shareholder of Brick Gentry P.C. His practice involves providing legal guidance for cities and/or corporations. In addition, Matt represents businesses and governments in a variety of labor and employment issues.

For his corporate clients, Matt handles a variety of matters ranging from: forming business entities such as corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships; negotiating contracts, assisting with the purchase and sale of businesses; and entering in equity sales and/or joint ventures with outside parties.

His municipal practice involves ordinance drafting, prosecutions, contract preparation, litigation defense and handling real estate issues. Matt has experience with municipal issues involving governmental immunity, open records, open meetings, constitutional rights and eminent domain.

Matt’s employment practice involves advising employers on employee discipline, assisting with drafting, reviewing and revising employment policies, and handling hiring and reduction issues. Matt also works with employers on union-related matters, such as unfair labor practice charges and negotiating collective-bargaining agreements.

Prior to joining the Firm, Matt worked for the Vinson & Elkins law firm in Dallas, Texas, defending and advising clients in a wide range of labor and employment issues. Matt has extensive civil litigation experience defending public and private corporations on matters such as wrongful termination, discrimination disputes, wage and hours cases and a variety of other statutory and common-law claims.




University of Iowa College of Law, J.D., 2001, With High Distinction

University of Iowa, B.S., Psychology, 1995, With Honors

Bar Admissions

Iowa 2001

District of Columbia 2001

Minnesota 2001

Nebraska 2001


Inns of Court

Iowa State Bar Association

Nebraska State Bar Association

District of Columbia Bar Association

Court Admissions

United States Supreme Court

U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit

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