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Jonathan's goal is simple: To help your company make more money - or save money - by providing practical, easy to understand, business advice for your labor and employment law issues.
Jonathan works with companies throughout the United States to develop comprehensive labor relations strategies designed to minimize exposure to litigation (and win if a lawsuit occurs) and ensure that your workforce out performs your competitors.
Jonathan Martin is a labor and employment lawyer with the national law firm, Constangy, Brooks & Smith. He is a graduate of the Terry School of Business, University of Georgia, (B.B.A.- Banking & Finance, cum laude), and a graduate of the Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, (J.D., magna cum laude), and he is currently serving his country as a JAG officer in the Georgia Air National Guard in addition to his private law practice.
Jonathan publishes an annual article on Labor & Employment Law for the Mercer Law Review, and is a chapter editor for the book, The Developing Labor Law (5th Ed.)
Jonathan was selected as a “Rising Star” in the SuperLawyers® Edition of Atlanta Magazine, and has been named one of Georgia Trend Magazine’s “40-under-40,” which recognizes “Georgia’s Best and Brightest – rising stars in business, politics, the arts, nonprofits and education.”
In February 2013, Jonathan was named a “2013 BTI Client Service All-Stars.” Of 307 lawyers nominated nationally by in-house counsel, Jonathan was identified as one of 28 labor and employment attorneys who were “Client Service All-Stars,” an honor reserved for those that set themselves apart by keeping a close eye on changing trends in the regulatory and legal landscape, and by paying attention to clients’ needs, according to the BTI Consulting Group Inc.
Languages spoken: German
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|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||1994||11/07/2015|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Client Service - All Star||BTI Counsulting||2013|
|AV Peer Review Rating||Martindale-Hubbell||2012|
|40 Under 40||Georgia Trend Magazine||2007|
|Judge Advocate||Georgia Air National Guard||2010 - 2013|
|Judge Advocate||United States Air Force Jag||1994 - 1998|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|William A. Bootle American Inn of Court||Master||2008 - Present|
|State Bar of Georgia||Chairman - Employers Duties & Problems Committee||2000 - 2002|
|The Developing Labor Law (ABA)||The Primary Strike (Chapter 19)||2013|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2012|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2011|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2010|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2009|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2008|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2007|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2006|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2005|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2004|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2003|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2002|
|Mercer Law Review||Labor & Employment Law||2001|
|Mercer University-W. George L.S.||N/A||N/A||1994|
|University of Georgia||Finance||N/A||1991|
|Committee On the Development Of the Law Under the NLRA||Two Be, or Not Two Be . . . That Is The Question for the U.S. Supreme Court||2010|