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Marty N. Martenson

Managing Partner
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    Bar Admissions
    • Georgia
    • J.D., 1989, Mercer Law School, cum laude
    • B.S., 1986, North Carolina State University

    About Marty

    Over the last 30+ years, Marty has worked diligently to achieve outstanding results when representing management in a variety of capacities throughout the United States.  Whether in the courtroom defending claims of discrimination, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, or advising clients as to the labor and/or employment landscape, he has amassed a high level of experience, leadership and insight.  Marty is also extremely proud of the Firm’s growth since its inception in 2000. With offices in Atlanta, New York, and two in California, the tremendous legal talent has been extremely growth oriented.

    Marty enjoys speaking to various groups throughout the country and has received numerous accolades for his labor and employment work, including his recent induction into The National College of Labor and Employment Lawyers..  He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Marist School in Atlanta.  In his college days, you could find Marty playing football for the Wolfpack at NC State. Since that time, leather helmets have been replaced with far more protective headgear.

    Marty has four boys – Austin, Chase, Cannon and Cooper. Chase is currently an Associate with the Firm. Marty’s wife, Patty, is a Founding Partner.


    Speaker Topics

    Significant Changes to the Labor and Employment Landscape
    Americans with Disabilities Act
    The Family and Medical Leave Act
    Tangled Web of ADA, FMLA & Workers’ Compensation
    Sexual Harassment
    Proper Documentation
    Drug Testing
    Wage & Hour Compliance
    FLSA: Overtime/Compensatory Time Off
    Affirmative Action/ Glass Ceiling
    Independent Contractors
    Employment Torts
    Privacy Issues
    Mandatory Arbitration
    Hiring, Firing and the Role of the Supervisor
    Individual Liability of Supervisors and Managers
    Restrictive Covenant Issues
    Union Avoidance
    Collective Bargaining