Mark A. Martini
Mark A. Martini is a partner at Robb Leonard Mulvihill LLP. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duquesne University and graduated cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he also earned a Certificate in Advanced Study of Civil Litigation. He is admitted to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania; the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; and all of the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts in Pennsylvania. While Mr. Martini is based in Pittsburgh, his very active state and federal trial and appellate practice extends across the Commonwealth. His litigation practice areas include: commercial disputes; extra-contractual insurance matters; complex insurance coverage; professional liability; personal injury; and credit union governance. Mr. Martini is a member of the Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County. Admission to the Academy is by invitation only and is limited to 250 attorneys who are viewed to be the most exceptional civil trial lawyers in Allegheny County from both sides of the bar.
Mr. Martini is very active in the Allegheny County Bar Association, and previously served as President--one of the youngest in history--of the 6,100 member Association. He is a former Treasurer of the ACBA, was the youngest chair ever of the ACBA’s Young Lawyers Division, is serving his 10th consecutive year on the ACBA Board of Governors, chaired the 50th Anniversary of the ACBA Bench Bar Conference, sits on the ACBA Finance Committee and invitation-only ACBA Civil Rules Committee, served on the ACBA Civil Litigation Section Council, was the Chair of the award-winning 2008-2009 Bar Leadership Initiative, and chaired the ad hoc subcommittee that crafted the Bar Association’s mission statement. In 2009, Mr. Martini also became the first young lawyer to be elected to the ACBA Board of Governors. That same year, Mr. Martini founded the Allegheny County Bar Foundation’s Young Lawyers Fellows Program which recognizes young lawyers who have shown a commitment to outstanding professionalism, pro bono activities and community service. He also served five years as a Trustee of the Bar Foundation.
Mr. Martini’s service to the legal community extends beyond the ACBA. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Defense Institute and is currently serving his third term on the Pennsylvania Bar Association's House of Delegates. Mr. Martini also frequently gives his time to the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and Duquesne University.