David Martinez Elected to Robins Kaplan Executive Board

November 16, 2020

Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to announce that David Martinez has been elected to the firm’s Executive Board.

“David is a highly respected firm partner and brings a great deal of leadership experience and perspective,” said Ronald Schutz, Chair of the Executive Board. “We are honored to have him join as the newest member of our Board.”  

Mr. Martinez is a Partner in the firm’s Los Angeles office. He represents a wide range of U.S. and international clients in all forms of dispute resolution and business counseling, with emphasis in the areas of commercial, intellectual property, unfair competition and class action litigation, arbitration and mediation. His clients range from individuals to start-ups to Fortune 100 companies in the real estate, retail, fashion, hospitality, transportation, financial, entertainment, manufacturing and technology industries, and often include foreign clients interested in developing a presence in the United States. His recent successes include recovering hundreds of millions in antitrust damages on behalf of a preeminent national retailer, as well as securing the outright dismissal of racketeering claims against civil RICO defendants.

Mr. Martinez is a member of the firm’s diversity committee and chair of the firm’s Los Angeles pro bono program. He has represented dozens of pro bono clients over the last twenty years and serves on the Board of California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc., a public interest law firm championing the rights of the rural poor.  He also is a prolific author and frequently lectures on intellectual property and other matters.

David Martinez


Member of Executive Board;
Pro Bono Chair, Los Angeles Office;
Member of the Firm's Diversity Committee

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