Richard Martland is an expert in government law.
Prior to joining the firm as of counsel, he represented the State of California as an attorney for 29 years. He served for eight years as Chief Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Civil Division and was the Attorney General’s principal legal advisor to three Governors. His areas of responsibility included general state government, business and tax, professional and vocational licensing, health and welfare, and tort and condemnation. He has also served as an Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Government Section.
He is a graduate of Stanford University and received his legal degree from the University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law.