Martin R. Salzman

Martin R. Salzman: Attorney with Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Siegel, PC


Beta Gamma Sigma; Order of the Coif; Phi Delta Phi. Recipient: Hall of Fame Award; American Jurisprudence Award. Notes and Comments Editor, Editorial Board, Emory Law Journal, 1978-1979. Co-Author: "Formal and Informal Discovery Procedures and Their Enforcement in Arbitration," Alternative Dispute Resolutions in the Construction Industry, Wiley Law Publication, 1991. Certified Mediator and Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association Panel of Arbitrators. Georgia Super Lawyer, 2004.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Construction Law
  • Litigation
  • Government Contract Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
404-631-6538  Phone
404-522-9545  Fax
University Attended:
Boston University, B.S., Business Administration, summa cum laude, 1976
Law School Attended:
Emory University, J.D., Cum Laude, 1979
Year of First Admission:
1983, U.S. Claims Court and New Jersey; 1979, Georgia and Kentucky
Atlanta, Kentucky, New Jersey State and American (Member: Litigation Section; Forum Committee on the Construction Industry, 1983—) Bar Associations; State Bar of Georgia.
Birth Information:
Louisville, Kentucky, October 4, 1954
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