Marty Robins

Marty Robins is a long-time corporate attorney currently engaged in his own practice, and with a B.S. (summa cum laude) from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a J.D. (cum laude) from Harvard Law School. In his practice he represents firms of all sizes, from start-ups to multinational corporations as well as individuals, on a wide variety of matters.

He is also an adjunct professor at DePaul University College of Law and has been an adjunct professor at Northwestern University Law School.

He has been frequently published in legal journals on various corporate law topics, most recently in the Duquesne Law Review, in an article entitled “Dawn Following Darkness: an Outcome-Oriented Model for Corporate Governance.” He is an opinion contributor for AOL News and a blogger for the Huffington Post, emphasizing legal and financial matters in both capacities.

Posts by Marty Robins

  • Guest Contributor: Expect Proxy Access to Survive Legal Challenges (10.06.10 )

    GUEST CONTRIBUTOR POST: Martin B. Robins is a long time corporate attorney engaged in his own practice, as well as an adjunct law professor. In his practice he represents firms of all sizes, from start-ups to multinational corporations as well as individuals, on a wide variety of matters. He has been frequently published in legal […]

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