Bill Martucci practises nationally on behalf of corporate employers in employment, complex class action (employee discrimination and wage and hour), EEOC, and international employment litigation. Chambers USA America's Leading Lawyers for Business notes, 'Bill Martucci is worth having on any dream team for employment litigation and policy issues.' He teaches multinational business policy at Georgetown.
Chambers USA America's Leading Lawyers for Business adds, 'Bill Martucci garnered overwhelming feedback for "his great knowledge in the employment arena, his ability to relate well to clients, and winning personality in the courtroom". He is "well informed and well respected" and focuses on complex class actions. He garners the admiration and respect of peers and clients for "tenacious" litigation shills. His ability to "effectively" communicate an employer's perspective to a jury has impressed many, who point to a client base that contains a number of Fortune 500 names. Bill Martucci is worth having on any dream team for employment litigation and policy issues.'
Chambers USA further describes Bill as 'a "whirlwind" of an attorney'. It adds, 'Bill Martucci is a practitioner of great national prominence. Praised as "the most formidable attorney", his courtroom style is subtle yet winning. Clients say, "His trial skills and work ethic are second to none." Outside the courtroom he is also an authoritative adviser and educator for his clients.'
An accomplished trial lawyer, his recent jury work is the only employment case featured in the National Law Journal's 'Defense Hot List', which highlights 'exemplary, cutting-edge work on the defense side nationwide'. Bill is involved in class-action litigation in California, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
Bill is a national employment litigator and policy adviser for a number of Fortune 500 companies. He is an honours graduate of Rutgers College, where he was a Henry Rutgers Scholar in American Studies; Robert A. Leflar School of Law at the University of Arkansas, where he served as editor in chief of the Law Review; Georgetown University Law Centre, where he earned a master of laws in employment law; and Harvard Business School Executive Education. He is included in the Best Lawyers in America.
As for the firm's national employment litigation and policy practice, Chambers USA writes, 'Shook Hardy & Bacon's broad litigation group helps to add value to an already deep employment and labour team. The group handles complex single-plaintiff cases and also excels in class actions in a variety of contexts. As well as providing top litigation services, the firm acts as national counsel to many large clients, dealing with federal compliance, background checks, privacy, and Internet issues. A network of national offices supports the employment litigation team, and pleased clients say they have had "absolutely excellent experiences".'