Mr. Martin leads the firm’s Community Association Practice Group. He personally represents communities from Palm Beach to Key West, focusing on representation of condominium, homeowners and cooperative associations, and country clubs. He is a regular speaker on the topics of collection of assessments, effective covenant enforcement, insurance, hurricane recovery, fiscal management, document drafting, and other issues for community associations and various civic associations.
Mr. Martin regularly lectures for Community Associations and CAMP where he has lectured on community association legal, operational, and management issues.
Mr. Martin is a South Florida native, who grew up in the Westchester neighborhood of Miami. Upon graduation from high school, Mr. Martin served in the United States Navy until his honorable discharge in 1992. He then attended the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York, where he attained his BA in Political Science in 1997. Upon graduation, Mr. Martin moved to San Juan, Puerto Rico, where he began a career in Hotel Management and Hospitality. In 1999, Mr. Martin enrolled at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where he attained his JD with honors in 2002. Thereafter, Mr. Martin returned to South Florida to begin his career representing community associations and other business interests.