Martin Krezalek concentrates his practice on complex business litigation, with a particular focus on advising clients in closely-held ownership and partnership disputes. Martin also frequently advises and defends clients whose websites have been accused of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), and frequently writes on that subject. Additionally, Martin has extensive experience representing clients within the creative & advertising industry, and the financial services industry—including experience with structured financial products & derivatives, securities litigation, complex contractual disputes, and bankruptcy/debt restructuring-related litigation.
While in law school, Martin published “How to Minimize the Risk of Violating Due Process Rights While Preserving the BIA’s Ability to Affirm Without Opinion,” 21 GEO.IMMIGR. L.J. 277 (2007). He also was the executive case comments editor for the New York Law School Law Review.
Martin is fluent in Polish.