Martin P. Greene has represented many private and public corporations in a variety of matters including: employment law, civil rights, municipal law, commercial and contract litigation, construction litigation, and contract negotiations. He has extensive experience trying federal cases, especially employment discrimination cases. Mr. Greene served as a member of the presidential transaction team for President-Elect Ronald Regan, as well as the transition team for Chicago Mayor-Elect Harold Washington. He serves on the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) Board of Directors and holds the position of Secretary. Mr. Greene has received the following awards and recognized as: Saint Ignatius College Prep Alumni Award for Excellence in the Field of Law (2014); Listed in the 2006 inaugural edition of Who’s Who in Black Chicago; and Recipient of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition Scales of Justice Award (2001). Martin received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Chicago Law School and his Bachelor of Arts from University of Illinois at Chicago.