Martha S. Sullivan is a member of both Squire Patton Boggs’ litigation and financial services practice groups. She co-leads the firm’s global Financial Services Litigation Practice, which includes litigators and dispute resolution lawyers in the US, the UK, and countries throughout Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.
Martha represents financial institutions and nontraditional lenders, and her practice focuses on financial services and banking litigation, disputes relating to complex financial instruments and other commercial contract disputes, claims arising out of Ponzi schemes and other alleged frauds, consumer protection and lender liability claims, director and officer liability defense, and trade secret/noncompetition litigation.
Martha has considerable experience in multidistrict litigation and class action defense, including defense of regional, national and global banks in consumer finance class actions, commercial and contract disputes, business torts, and regulatory actions. She has significant litigation experience in protection and enforcement of creditors’ rights including commercial foreclosure, loan workouts and arbitration.
Martha has litigated commercial and consumer actions in state and federal courts throughout the US, and in arbitration, mediation and other alternative dispute resolution proceedings. She is experienced in conflict of laws and other complex jurisdictional issues, as well as the intersection of US state and federal discovery requirements and the laws of other countries.
She is listed as an Ohio Super Lawyer, a distinction honoring the top five percent of lawyers in the state.