Marty Steinberg is known for handling "bet-the-company" cases, and is counsel to more than 65 of the Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies. As a top U.S. trial lawyer regarded for his work on national and international high-stakes disputes and critical business matters, his practice is dictated by his clients' needs, and includes commercial litigation, class actions, business torts, securities litigation, healthcare fraud and abuse, intellectual property, antitrust, and product liability.
Marty also works with clients on internal investigations, white collar defense, and compliance matters, helping them navigate the growing potential of internal and external threats to their businesses and reputations across the globe.
Knowledgeable of both government and law, Marty has served as Chief Counsel of the United States Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and Chief of the U.S. Department of Justice's Organized Crime Office in New York. He has also successfully served as a federal court-appointed Department of Justice Monitor and as Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Receiver in significant matters.
Marty has the distinction of being a fellow of both the American College of Trial Lawyers and of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. He has consistently been ranked by his peers as one of the best trial lawyers in Florida and the United States. Marty has received Chambers USA's highest rankings in the areas of general commercial litigation and antitrust since the publication's inaugural year in Florida and has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America for over 15 years. In 2014, Marty was named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in the nation by Benchmark Litigation. He was also awarded the American Jewish Committee's Judge Learned Hand Award, one of the highest honors given within the legal profession, recognizing his lifetime achievement and dedication to the practice of law.
"...a legendary litigator both locally and nationally, and his reputation is well deserved…"
"...the sort of lawyer to go to if you want someone to think outside the box."
Areas of Focus
Representing an automobile manufacturer in U.S. multidistrict litigations related to the Takata airbag class action and products liability claims.
Representing current and former officers and directors of a bank in shareholder derivative and class action suit based on allegations of self-dealing.
Representing large alcohol beverage manufacturer in case brought by terminated distributors alleging federal antitrust and state franchise law claims.
Representing a cruise line in suit brought by a former vendor, alleging breach of written and oral agreements, fiduciary duty, and unjust enrichment.
Representing pharmaceutical manufacturer in an internal investigation over concerns of loss of sales.
Defended manufacturer of alcoholic beverages in a class action alleging that manufacturers wrongfully marketed their products to underage consumers.
Defended pharmaceutical company in class actions alleging that marketing invaded patient privacy and constituted deceptive and unfair trade practices.
Served as national coordinating counsel in products liability case to a public beverage producer alleging defective products.
Antitrust Law, Bet-the-Company Litigation, Commercial Litigation, and Criminal Defense: White-Collar
The Best Lawyers in America
Band 1, Chambers USA, Litigation: General Commercial
Band 2, Chambers USA, Antitrust
Band 2, Chambers USA, Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations
South Florida Legal Guide, Top Lawyers
Benchmark Litigation, Local Litigation Star
Top 100 Miami Florida Super Lawyers
Florida Super Lawyers
Top 100 Florida Super Lawyers
Florida Super Lawyers
Legal Elite Hall of Fame
Florida Trend's Legal Elite
Benchmark Litigation, Top 100 Trial Lawyers in the Country
American Jewish Committee (AJC
Judge Learned Hand Award
South Florida Business Journal
AV® Peer Review Rated