Emory University 1979
Boston University 1976
Construction Claims, Litigation & Construction Contract Advice
Admitted to Practice: GA 1979
Assistant: Dianne L. Kulow
Martin R. Salzman, born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, enjoyed four years in Boston during his undergraduate studies, then upon commencing law school at Emory University, he planted roots in Atlanta, GA, and in which he has now lived for over 40 years.
Graduated from Boston University summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and served as elected President of the School of Management. Graduated from Emory Law School with distinction. While at Emory, was an editor of Emory Law Journal and published a note in the Emory Law Journal, Pfizer v Gov't of India, which concerned antitrust issues facing drug manufacturers.
- Member, State Bar of Georgia
- Member, American Bar Association
- AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell in Legal Ability 1995-2016
- Recognized amongst America's Leading Business Lawyers/USA Chambers 2003-2016
- Recognized in Who's Who Legal 2006-2016
- Recognized as a Georgia Super Lawyer 2004-2017
- Member of the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry
- Member of Construction Lawyers Society of America
- Named in Who's Who's Legal Construction for 15 consecutive years
Representative Construction Projects
- Represented electrical prime contractor on the Big Dig project in Boston, MA.
- Represented various clients on VA hospital projects throughout the United States
- Involved in pursuing claims on behalf of clients on highway projects in North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia
- Involved in a dispute concerning the construction of a Level 3 Biocontainment Laboratory
- Involved in claims on Nuclear Power Plant
- Represented clients in the fiber optic arena
- Represented clients with claims arising out of Division 17 Security, Fire Alarm and Communication work in federal and state prisons, airports and hospitals
- Involved in representing clients with claims on wastewater treatment and water plants
- Represented electrical contractor on a $150 Million claim arising out of a high-voltage transmission line project
- Represented clients on individual, commercial and governmental projects
- Involved in claims on petrochemical and gas production facilities
Mr. Salzman has co-authored a number of articles for various trade publications on current topics concerning the construction industry. He also co-authored a chapter entitled "Formal and Informal Discovery Procedures and their Enforcement in Arbitration" in a book titled "Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Construction Industry" which was published by Wiley Law Publications in 1991.