Lauren C. Martin is an experienced litigator in consumer warranty claims, primarily involving the Song-Beverly Consumer Protection Warranty Act. Ms. Martin is results-oriented, extremely organized, and well-versed in related consumer warranty litigation and fraudulent concealment actions. Ms. Martin manages all stages of pretrial litigation, including taking and defending depositions, drafting and conferring on trial documents and pre-trial motions, trial preparation, and settlement discussions. She has tried numerous cases in both State and Federal Court.
Ms. Martin graduated cum laude from the University of California, Irvine with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a minor in History. Following her undergraduate degree, Ms. Martin graduated from Southwestern Law School’s prestigious 2-year J.D. SCALE-program and was an active member of the Women’s Law Society and Criminal Law Society. Throughout law school, Ms. Martin focused on civil litigation research while also a full-time extern at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office: Hardcore Gang Division. Ms. Martin also clerked at an insurance subrogation civil litigation firm and previously worked as an associate at a real estate litigation firm where her emphasis was primarily on unlawful detainer actions. Ms. Martin was admitted to the California state bar in June 2017. She is authorized to practice law in all California state courts, as well as the Central, Northern, Eastern, and Southern Districts of California.