WHO WE ARE
Martin & Martin attorneys wield the kind of intellectual weight and political clout that get results. Under the leadership of Managing and Business Partners Ernest Martin, Jr., and Areva D. Martin, two Harvard-educated attorneys, Martin & Martin has been named one of Los Angeles’ top law firms. Ms. Martin also frequently appears as a legal expert on CNN, HLN, CBS, The Dr. Phil Show, and other national news shows.
Today, the team of attorneys at Martin & Martin continue to receive high marks and accolades from clients, peers, and the L.A. legal community. We provide the kind of quality representation clients expect from experienced attorneys, as well as a high level of personal attention and commitment they deserve. Read More >
Martin & Martin, LLP is pleased to welcome Eileen Spadoni to the firm’s Labor & Employment and Civil Litigation Practice Groups. Ms. Spadoni is an accomplished trial attorney who brings over 20 years of experience in a range of matters. Read More >
The Special Needs Network, Inc., a grassroots organization that has gained considerable political clout, held its sixth annual legislative breakfast April 13 at the Radisson Midtown hotel near the USC campus.
The Network, founded by crusading lawyer, Areva D. Martin, in the wake of her son being diagnosed with autism, hosted more than 600 guests Read More >
FROM OUR BLOG
Employment Law Updates: Getting Up to Speed on the New ADA Accessibility Compliance Amendments
Entities covered by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) (42 U.S.C. § 12101 et seq.) need to be aware of the ADA accessibility standards amendments enacted in September 2010 that came effective on March 15, 2011.
Title III applies to private facilities operating places of public accommodation. It prohibits disability discrimination and requires “places of public accommodation and commercial facilities to be designed, constructed and altered in compliance with the [ADA’s] accessibility standards.” Read More >
Office Romances are Risky Business
Whether you work in a formal setting such as a law firm or you are wining and dining starlets in the less informal setting of an entertainment or high tech firm, getting romantically involved with someone in the workplace is always risky business. Despite clear directives from human resource managers and employee manuals which generally discourage amorous relationships in the workplace, such relationships are on the rise. A survey sponsored by Glamour magazine and lawyers.com confirm that forty-one percent of all employees ages 25 to 40 have admitted to having engaged in an office romance. With more women in the workplace…Read More >