Kevin B. Martin is a highly accomplished attorney who handles all aspects of family law matters. During his 17-year career, he has developed broad experience in many areas of the law, including commercial litigation, securities litigation, accounting fraud, and governmental/regulatory investigations, and brings these valuable perspectives to his family law cases.
Kevin offers his clients a truly multifaceted outlook, especially those with proprietary business interests. Prior to joining Blank Rome, Kevin co-founded Sonoma Risk Insurance Agency, LLC in Los Angeles, where he developed first-of-its-kind and patent-pending insurance product, “Attorney Fees Risk Insurance,” which covers the risk of paying an adversary’s attorneys’ fees in litigation. This innovative product was hailed by the legal community as a “game changer” and legal “safety net.” As the CEO of Sonoma Risk, Kevin raised capital, negotiated countless contracts, and eventually sold Sonoma Risk to a publicly traded insurance company.
His clients also benefit from his experience as a civil litigator and as an enforcement attorney at the Securities Exchange Commission (“SEC”), where he investigated and prosecuted many different types of financial fraud. His financial investigative experience has been tremendously valuable when analyzing complex and multifaceted financial issues that are pertinent to many high-net-worth estates.
Kevin has handled and practiced litigation from all angles, and his clients benefit from his ability to view cases through a variety of lenses. He has managed all phases of litigation in both state and federal courts, and understands the serious effects that negative outcomes can have on personal finances, businesses, and professional reputations.
Kevin is the author of numerous published articles in periodicals such as the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Smart Business Los Angeles, California Family Law Monthly, LJN’s Franchising Business & Law Alert, Orange County Lawyer 360, and other publications. He has also served as a co-editor of the ABA’s Class and Derivative Action Newsletter.