Martin concentrates his practice on business litigation and dispute resolution. He provides pragmatic business advice and advocacy in complex contractual matters, matters involving complex financial instruments and structured products, fraud, fiduciary breaches, business torts, and closely held ownership/partnership disputes, including business divorce. In particular, Martin often handles disputes concerning complex business interests enmeshed in matrimonial and quasi-matrimonial proceedings. Martin also regularly defends businesses facing website accessibility lawsuits alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and often writes on the subject. Martin represents clients within the financial services/markets, medical device and solutions, and creative and advertising industries, among others.
During law school, Martin was the executive case comments editor for the New York Law School Law Review. Martin’s pro bono work involves representing noncitizens facing deportation and working with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence in high-profile litigation.