David Martin represents clients in securities, consumer protection, antitrust, and other complex commercial litigation. His clients have included leading global corporations, financial institutions, and their officers and directors. David practices in federal and state trial and appellate courts around the country, and before state and federal agencies, including the US Department of Justice, and state attorneys general. David is admitted in New York only, and his practice is supervised by Massachusetts Bar members.
Fiat Chrysler in numerous class actions regarding alleged vehicle defects, including allegations that certain diesel vehicles emitted nitrogen oxides in excess of US legal limits. Work included class action litigation, opt-out litigation, and litigation with the EPA, CARB, and the US Department of Justice
Barclays in class actions involving federal securities and state law consumer protection claims regarding Barclays’ dark pool alternative trading system
Goldman Sachs in class actions alleging antitrust violations related to trading in corporate bonds and agency bonds
Barclays in individual and class actions regarding alleged manipulation of various benchmark interest rates, including LIBOR, ISDAFIX, SIBOR, and SOR
A former director of Sears in defending an adversary proceeding seeking billions of dollars for fraudulent transfer and breach of fiduciary duty claims
Boston College Law School, 2015, J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
Middlebury College, 2009, B.A.
US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan