Yetter Coleman is pleased to announce that Grant Martinez will become a partner in the firm effective January 1, 2020.
Grant joined the firm in 2016 after completing a clerkship with the Hon. Diarmuid O’Scannlain of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He is a graduate of Stanford University and Yale Law School, and a former litigation associate with Cravath, Swaine & Moore.
With a practice focused on high-stakes commercial litigation and appeals, Grant handles cases for a broad range of clients including IBM, Rockland Capital, Vinmar Group, BouMatic, Fulcrum Capital, and Stash Hotel Rewards, among others, involving a diverse range of commercial issues.
“We are excited to bring Grant into our partnership. He is a high-caliber talent and a true impact player who contributes to our complex cases while providing tireless dedication to our clients and our firm. He is a wonderful colleague and person,” says Collin Cox, partner. Tim McConn, partner, adds, “In addition to the exceptional work he is doing on behalf of our clients, Grant serves as our firm’s co-lead hiring attorney. In that role, he has been instrumental this year in the firm’s addition of four impressive new associates to help us keep up with increased demand while continuing to enhance our profile to find and hire the caliber of talented young lawyers for which we are well-known.”
Grant is active in the Houston community, as a member of the American Leadership Forum’s Class XLIX, Houston Methodist Hospital’s President’s Leadership Council, and the Houston Chapter of NationSwell.
Yetter Coleman focuses exclusively on high-stakes business and technology litigation for plaintiffs and defendants in a broad spectrum of matters, with particular focus on contract and business torts, appellate, intellectual property, and antitrust and securities litigation for clients involved in the energy, technology and finance industries.