Edward Martos is an associate in the Land Development and Zoning, and Environmental practice groups of Greenberg Traurig's Miami Office. In addition to working on land development and environmental matters, Edward's practice also includes representation of clients in government procurement processes.
Areas of Concentration
· Administrative / Environmental litigation
· Community development district
· Complex project redevelopment
· Land development
· Liquor licensing
· Member of Greenberg Traurig team that represented MAT Concessionaire, LLC and its sponsors, Meridiam Infrastructure Fund and Bouygues Travaux Publics, S.A., in the Port of Miami Tunnel project, one of the first greenfield public-private partnerships in the United States.
· Member of Greenberg Traurig team that represented Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) and Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI) in a joint-venture with Edison Mission Energy to make investments in wind farms located throughout the United States. Edward's role included conducting due diligence and advising the firm's client with respect to sources of potential environmental liability at each wind farm.
Professional & Community Involvement
· Member, Cuban American Bar Association
· Member, Dade County Bar Association
· Member, Historical Museum of South Florida Young Professionals Section ("Tropess")
· Member, American Society for Public Administration Local Chapter
· Graduate, Leadership Miami, 2011-2012
Awards & Recognition
· Member, Winning Team, ACG New York Champions Awards, Energy, 2012
· Summer Associate, Greenberg Traurig, P.A., Miami, Florida, Summer 2007
· Extern, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region Five Office, Chicago, Illinois, Fall 2006
· Summer Associate, Miami land use firm, Summer 2006
Articles, Publications, & Lectures
· Contributor, "Florida from the Ground Up: Trends in Florida Land Use & Development Law," GT Blog
· Co-Author, "Citizen Suits Under the Clean Water Act: The Enforcement Wild Card," Stone, Sand and Gravel Review, September/October 2012
· Co-Author, "Analysis of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA)," Florida Environmental and Land Use Law, Florida Bar, 2010-2011