Royal B. Martin litigates white collar cases by representing companies and their leadership groups in issues involving criminal tax, healthcare fraud, SEC investigations, and criminal antitrust matters.
Royal has more than 40 years of experience in white collar litigation. He represents and counsels companies of all sizes and individuals including senior executive officers, directors, and chairmen on issues involving criminal tax, health care fraud, SEC investigations, FCPA investigations, criminal antitrust, and federal tax administrative matters.
Royal began his career serving as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois from 1970 to 1975. At the United States Attorneys’ Office, he investigated and prosecuted a broad variety of criminal cases including tax fraud, public corruption, and other business crimes.
Named among Best Lawyers in America – Criminal Defense: White-Collar by Best Lawyers (2021)
Member, Board of Trustees, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Chicago, Illinois (2009-Current) Chairman of Governance Committee (2009-Current), Chairman, Board of Trustees (2012-Current)
Member, Parent Adjunct Board of the School of Nursing, Georgetown University, Washington, DC (1996-1998)
President, School Board of Saints Faith, Hope & Charity, Winnetka, Illinois (1987-1990)
Member, School Board Regina Dominican High School, Wilmette, Illinois (1991-1997)
Chairman, Illinois State Appellate Defender Commission (1976-1981)