Clive Martin's practice includes the many forms of litigation that arise in the real estate context, from title problems to development disputes and everything in between, with a particular focus on the law of condominiums. He also practices in the areas of creditors' rights, collection, and bankruptcy.
Mr. Martin is a skilled litigator who represents businesses, associations, lending institutions, and individuals in state and federal courts and before administrative boards and alternative dispute resolution forums. He regularly handles title claims, lender liability claims, condominium lawsuits, and lien priority actions as well as replevin, foreclosure, and secured claims. He also handles adversary proceedings in bankruptcy, including stay relief, fraudulent transfer, nondischargability, and avoidance claims. He is experienced in the assertion of creditors' critical prejudgment rights, including real estate and trustee attachments, reach and apply orders, and the appointment of keepers for contested assets.
Mr. Martin was born and raised in England, where he also attended college. He obtained his law degree after moving to the United States and became a United States citizen in 2008.