Martin’s practice focuses on regulatory, civil, antitrust and securities litigation matters, including shareholder suits, deal-related litigation, and other complex commercial disputes.
Martin represents clients in federal and state investigations conducted by DOJ and state attorneys general on matters, including alleged violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute and the False Claims Act. He also counsels clients on merger review advocacy and transaction risk assessments in response to FTC inquiries.
Martin maintains a robust pro bono practice, including successfully representing a class of Asian American and Hispanic voters in a Voting Rights Act case that changed the Lowell, Massachusetts election system. He also advised a group of candidates for elected office in a successful constitutional challenge to Massachusetts’ ballot access laws. The laws required candidates for elected office to collect large amounts of in-person signatures during the outbreak of the COVID-pandemic. Martin also represents individual clients in asylum and criminal defense matters.
During law school, Martin was a member of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau for two years in its Family Practice and served as co-chair of its Wage & Hour Practice during his final year. He served as a board member for the Harvard African Law Association and the Harvard Mediation Program, and was an active participant of the Harvard Black Law Students Association.
Prior to attending law school, Martin was a Teach for America corps member and spent three years teaching sixth-grade math in Durham, N.C. at Neal Middle School.