Colin Martin

Partner, Litigation
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4227 f 214.999.3227

Colin Martin is a trial lawyer who represents public and privately held companies in a wide variety of industries involved in complex business disputes throughout the U.S. These include the insurance, aviation, finance, energy, construction, technology, software, waste management, chip manufacturing, online retail, ecommerce, banking, health care, hospitals, clinics and real estate sectors. 

Colin has handled lawsuits in state, federal and bankruptcy courts around the country, as well as in arbitration. Clients rely on him to assist with disputes involving the following:

  • Insurance coverage
  • Insurance bad faith
  • Government contract
  • Commercial transactions
  • Business torts
  • Fraudulent transfers
  • Fiduciary duties
  • Fraud
  • Corporate and securities transactions
  • Partnerships
  • Real estate
  • Mergers

Colin has both obtained and defended against numerous temporary restraining orders, which can immediately affect a client’s business and require quick and decisive action. Clients value his calm and thorough demeanor, as well as his knowledge of the law – particularly in the area of environmental coverage for insurers, as state regulators and the Environmental Protection Agency have become more stringent.

Clients have included:

  • AIG Inc.
  • AIG Specialty Insurance Co.
  • Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.
  • CNA Insurance Cos.
  • Five Points & Associates Inc.
  • King Aerospace Inc.
  • King Aerospace Commercial Corp.
  • Select Medical Corp.

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