- Email: David.Martin@lewisbrisbois.com
- Phone: 714.966.3136
- Fax: 714.850.1030
David Martin is a partner in the Orange County office of Lewis Brisbois. He assists employers and businesses in defending against wrongful termination, harassment, and discrimination claims. He helps clients with the following types of matters:
- Single Plaintiff - Including wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation
- Class Action - Including wage and hour, PAGA
- Agency Representation - Including EEOC
Representative cases include:
- Defense verdict in jury trial involving claims of harassment where plaintiff alleged $6.5M in damages.
- Summary Judgment for contractor where plaintiff sought more than $10M in damages.
- Successfully argued before the Second District Court of Appeal, which upheld prior dismissal with prejudice.
Mr. Martin also helps managers and businesses avoid litigation by providing day-to-day advice on navigating human resources issues.
Mr. Martin is an Associate Director of Wescom Central Credit Union based in Pasadena. He is a governing board member of Irvine Valley College Foundation. He enjoys traveling, scuba diving, rock climbing, and spending time with his two sons.
- Recent Developments in Employment Law – November 17, 2017, CPCU Society, Los Angeles Chapter.
- Recent Developments in Employment Law – August 8, 2017, The Risk Management Society, Orange County Chapter.
- Best Practices for Preventing and Handling Employment Claims – April 17, 2017, Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Orange County.
Central, Southern, and Northern Districts of California
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Wescom Central Credit Union, Associate Director
- Co-Founder of the UCLA Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society
- Orange County Bar Association
- UCLA Law School Reunion Committee
University of California Los Angeles School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2007
- Founder and President of the UCLA Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society
Brigham Young University
Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, 2004
- University Honors, 2004
- Edwin S. Hinckley Scholar
- Humane Studies Fellow