Matthew Kissner Joins Chamber of Palm Beaches Board

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 4, 2017) — Matthew Kissner, an associate in the West Palm Beach office of statewide law firm Broad and Cassel LLP, has joined the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches Board of Directors.

Kissner’s position with the Chamber is the latest in a series of professional accomplishments this year in South Florida. Most recently, he was honored as a 2017 Florida Legal Elite Up and Comer by Florida Trend, and as an Up and Comer finalist by South Florida Business & Wealth. He was also honored among the 2017 Florida Rising Stars by Florida Super Lawyers Magazine.

Additionally, earlier this year, Kissner earned an AV Preeminent® rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, achieving the organization’s highest marks for both competency and ethics.

A member of the firm’s Corporate and Finance and Intellectual Property Practice Groups, Kissner represents privately and publicly held clients in connection with a variety of business and transactional matters. A South Florida native, Kissner serves on the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County and is a member of the Palm Beach County Bar Association Transaction Law Committee, The Florida Bar Committee on Technology, and Florida State University Alumni Association.

In addition to his experience with a variety of business transactions, securities offerings, commercial arrangements and intellectual property matters, he serves as outside general counsel to startups and emerging companies based in Florida and across the country.

Kissner holds a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University (FSU) and received his juris doctor from FSU’s College of Law.

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