Hamilton Martens provides individuals and business clients a wide range of legal services. Please click on the titles of our services for more information.
Hamilton Martens offers more than 50 years of practical experience to all segments of the construction industry. From project inception through completion, we represent owners, contractors and subcontractors, as well as engineers, architects and other professionals. When disputes arise, we provide representation in both state and federal court, as well as in all aspects of mediation and arbitration.
Our attorneys can help businesses navigate state and federal employment controversies, including wrongful termination, non-competition and trade secret litigation, occupational safety matters and complex litigation.
Our attorneys are experienced trial and appellate advocates in a wide variety of commercial, real estate, construction and business litigation matters. With more than 50 years of combined trial experience, we pride ourselves in zealous and professional representation while keeping a keen eye on practical and effective resolution of disputes.
Hamilton Martens combines experience and expertise in financial services, banking and debt collection matters with a personal and practical approach to achieving client goals. Our attorneys have represented some of the largest banking institutions in the country, as well as many local and regional banking and financial organizations in state and federal courts, as well as in class and individual arbitrations.
We represent developers, lenders, buyers and sellers in all types of real estate transactions, including acquisition, sale, development and financing, and assist in regulatory matters related to the commercial real estate development process.
Through forward-looking advice, we help our clients anticipate, prevent and resolve workplace issues before they become problems. We regularly counsel business owners regarding employee handbooks, workplace policies and legal compliance issues, and have represented both individuals and employers in proceedings before the EEOC and in litigation in state and federal court.