Martin Edel is Chair of Goulston & Storrs Sports Law Practice. In Marty’s litigation and advisory practice, Marty advises and represents leagues, teams, media companies and individuals in licensing matters and disputes, intellectual property matters, employment, antitrust and other complex contractual disputes. His principal focus has been in the sports, media and financial institutions industries.
Marty has been recognized as a leader in the field. He has been honored by Bloomberg at its annual 2018 and 2019 Sports Luncheon for 30 high profile executives in the sports industry. Marty also has been recognized as a SuperLawyer® in the field of Sports and Entertainment 2010-2011 and 2013-2020.
Marty is an Adjunct Instructor at Law at Columbia Law School, where he teaches Sports and The Law. In addition, for over 20 years, Marty has been an Adjunct Law Professor at the Brooklyn Law School, where he teaches classes in Sports Law and in Antitrust. A sought-out speaker, Marty has spoken at numerous sports law conferences. Additionally, Marty has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, Global Competition Review, The New Republic and other publications on sports law. Marty holds a JD from Harvard Law School and a BA from Columbia.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Martin D. Edel