Shane Martin has extensive experience in various areas of commercial and real estate litigation, including contract cases and complex partnership disputes, commercial foreclosures and defense, non-compete, discrimination and other employment disputes, construction defect litigation, deceptive and unfair trade practices litigation, and securities litigation.
Martin has represented financial services, insurance underwriting and reinsurance brokerage firms; lenders and capital management firms; real estate developers, homebuilders and general contractors; investors and broker dealers; and various local and national businesses in multiple areas of commercial and real estate litigation.
While in law school, Martin was a staff editor for the University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, and served as a judicial intern to Florida Supreme Court Justice Harry Lee Anstead. Martin received a variety of honors while a law student, including the Edwin Willinger Scholarship, the G.D. Gold Scholarship, and the Miami-Dade County Bar Association Pro Bono Award, which he received along with other members of the University of Miami School of Law’s Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic. Upon graduation, Martin was also elected to the Order of the Coif for high attainments in the study of law.