Paige A. MartinPaige Martin Clark Hill
Paige A. Martin
Paige Martin is Senior Counsel in Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group in the Phoenix office. She has over 25 years’ experience in litigation in state and federal courts. She has defended clients in large class actions involving millions of dollars. Paige also has substantial experience defending employment cases of all types for public and private employers, including gender, age and national origin discrimination, wrongful termination, sexual harassment claims, and wage and hour claims. Her experience crosses all areas of business law, from litigating contract cases to shareholder disputes. She has represented Arizona governments at the state, county and local levels. Paige’s appellate experience includes writing briefs filed in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Arizona Court of Appeals, and Arizona Supreme Court, and she has published opinions in the Arizona appellate courts.
Paige has spoken to many clients and groups on a variety of topics, ranging from email etiquette to performance evaluations to diversity training. She has also taught the State Bar of Arizona’s Course on Professionalism. She mentors young attorneys and law students, and has spoken on numerous panels to women law students about the practice of law. She is active in many aspects of the legal community, with a passion for issues concerning diversity. Paige was awarded the Arizona Women Lawyers Association President’s Award in 2005 for her contributions to the Association, and the Sarah Herring Sorin Award in 2011 for her support and encouragement of the advancement of women in the legal profession. Scottsdale Bar Association recognized Paige for her outstanding service to the legal community with the Award of Excellence in 2013.
Paige is an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell. She has been named one of Arizona’s Top Rated Lawyers by Legal Leaders for several years. Arizona Business Magazine named her a Top Lawyer in Government Relations in 2013 and a Top Lawyer in Employee Relations in 2011.
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