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ZACH MARTIN

Counsel

With nearly two decades of legal practice, Zach is a seasoned litigator with extensive experience litigating matters before state and federal courts, as well as arbitral tribunals, across the country.  Armed with a comprehensive understanding of the law and a strategic approach to advocacy, Zach has successfully represented clients in a variety of disputes.  Zach has navigated complex legal landscapes, representing clients in industries ranging from technology and blockchain/distributed ledger to logistics and manufacturing, earning a reputation as a versatile and effective legal advocate.

 

Beyond the courtroom, Zach excels in advising clients on cost-effective alternatives to litigation and risk management strategies.  Recognizing the value of avoiding protracted legal battles, Zach employs a strategic and proactive approach to resolving conflicts before they escalate to litigation.  Zach is adept at conducting thorough investigations, engaging in negotiations, and leveraging alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration.  His ability to find common ground and craft mutually beneficial solutions has saved clients time, resources, and the stress associated with prolonged legal proceedings.  By prioritizing early intervention and fostering constructive dialogue, Zach has achieved favorable outcomes while preserving valuable business relationships for his clients.

 

Zach is recognized for his dedication to client service and his ability to foster strong relationships built on trust and integrity.  He approaches each case with a steadfast commitment to achieving the best possible outcome while prioritizing open communication and collaboration with clients.

 

Zach previously practiced at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft and Fox Rothschild before joining Kressin Meador.

ZACH MARTIN

Education

J.D., Catholic  University of America, Columbus School of Law

B.A., Harvard University

Admissions

District of Columbia

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

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