Matthew Presseau represents individual and corporate clients in the areas of corporate; business; commercial & residential real estate; matrimonial & family; estate planning, administration, and litigation; and dispute resolution and civil litigation. Notable recent litigation cases include Abel v. Town Sports International, LLC, (Employment Discrimination – Jury Award of $300,000 on a personal trainer’s hostile work environment against New York Sports Club) and Estate of Shoichiro Hama (Estate Litigation – successfully represented parents of decedent petitioning the Surrogate’s Court to disqualify a surviving spouse who had abandoned the decedent prior to his death and married another man).

Mr. Presseau is a graduate of the University of Rochester (B.A. History, minor in Japanese), Columbia University (M.A. Religion), and the Northeastern University School of Law (J.D.) Prior to forming Miki Dixon & Presseau, PLLC, he worked with law firms in New York, Brooklyn, and Tokyo (Kojima Law Office) concentrating in dispute resolution and litigation. Mr. Presseau is admitted to practice in New York and the Southern District of New York, and is a member of the New York City Bar Association.

Conversationally fluent in Japanese.