LL.B., Harvard Law School, 1966
B.A., Harvard University, 1963
Ned Martin has practiced in the area of domestic and international business transactions and securities offerings for more than 40 years, particularly with technology and rapid-growth companies. He was a partner at three firms: Hale Dorr, where he began his career; Pepper, Hamilton and Scheetz; and DLA Piper. He has served as counsel to a wide range of companies, from New York Stock Exchange-listed businesses to startups in a number of industries. He has served as issuer’s counsel or underwriter’s counsel on more than 40 public offerings and has served as a principal outside counsel for more than 20 companies listed on U.S. exchanges. He has also worked on more than 150 merger or acquisition transactions. In addition, he has led a number of corporate partnering and joint-venture transactions, both within the U.S. and across borders, in a number of industries, including telecommunications, biotechnology, software and electronics.
He has also been a lecturer for the Practicing Law Institute and other organizations on a variety of topics, including tax law, securities law, corporate partnering transactions and partnership law.
Martin graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School.