Gunnar Martz’s practice focuses on civil litigation and intellectual property litigation. In addition, he has represented corporate and individual clients in potential criminal and civil investigations.
Gunnar began his career representing financial institutions and corporations in commercial and securities disputes related to the financial crisis.
Gunnar also has substantial experience with electronic discovery, using his technical knowledge to manage and organize operations for document-intensive matters—including retention, preservation, collection, staffing, review, analysis, and production. He counsels corporate clients to design and implement cost-effective, efficient and personalized solutions for the management of electronically-stored information.
- MBIA, one of the world’s largest monoline insurers, in litigation brought by 18 of the world’s largest banks seeking to overturn MBIA’s 2009 corporate restructuring which, with the approval of the New York Department of Insurance, established a separate company for MBIA’s municipal bond insurance business. In March 2013, after a several week trial, the New York Supreme Court ruled in favor of MBIA, upholding MBIA’s restructuring.