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Martin P. Greene

Partner
Chicago

Martin P. Greene is a nationally recognized employment law expert whose expertise and consultation is routinely sought by Fortune 500 corporations, public entities and small businesses alike.  Mr. Greene brings over thirty years of experience representing clients in a variety of matters including municipal, commercial, contract and employment law.  He has also written extensively on the topic of labor and employment law.

Mr. Greene has represented many private and public corporations in a variety of matters including: municipal law, commercial and contract litigation, contract negotiations, election law, Civil Rights, and most facets of employment law.  Mr. Greene has extensive experience in the trial of federal cases, especially employment discrimination cases.  He has participated in many programs, conferences and seminars, many concerning employment law, and hosted by such agencies as the EEOC and the Illinois Department of Human Rights, as well as by universities and bar associations.

In 1980, Mr. Greene served as a member of the presidential transition team for President-elect Ronald Reagan.  He worked under the direction of Jewel S. LaFontant in preparing a study on the United States Commission on Civil Rights.  He later served on the transition team for Chicago Mayor-elect Harold Washington, compiling a study on the City of Chicago, Department of Law.

Honors & Achievements

  • 2016 NAMWOLF Yolanda Coly Advocacy Award
  • 2015 Leading Lawyer - Leading Lawyers Magazine
  • Listed in the inaugural edition of Who’s Who in Black Chicago
  • Membership and Activities

    • Executive Committee, (Secretary to the Board) of the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) and Advocacy Committee Co-Chair
    • Member, Advisory Board for The Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession

Education

University of Chicago Law School
J.D., 1977

University of Illinois at Chicago
B.A., 1974

Bar Admissions

Illinois
Federal Trial Bar

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court - Northern District of IL