Nationally regarded as one of the top trial lawyers in the country, Martin R Lueck has represented many Fortune 500 corporations from both sides of the courtroom and is known as a business trial lawyer with a gift for “boiling things down for juries”. Mr Lueck has spent more than 25 years trying cases, deposing and cross-examining hundreds of witnesses, and connecting with juries. He currently serves as chair of the executive board at Robins Kaplan LLP and focuses his practice in the areas of IP, antitrust, commercial and business litigation.
Mr Lueck was trial counsel in Medtronic Inc v Boston Scientific Corp; Promega Corporation v Applied Biosystems, LLC; Eolas Technologies, Inc v Microsoft Corporation (jury verdict $520.6 million; later settled confidentially); Federal Trade Commission v UNOCAL (Section 3 action by the Federal Trade Commission for alleged antitrust violations by UNOCAL); Fonar v General Electric Co (jury verdict $110.5 million); Honeywell Inc v Victor Company of Japan (jury verdict $30 million); and UNOCAL Corp v ARCO (jury verdict $69 million).
Mr Lueck is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. He was named a Patent Star by Managing Intellectual Property (2016), a Trial Ace by Law360 (2015), a Litigation Trailblazer and Pioneer by The National Law Journal (2014), an IP Star by Managing Intellectual Property (2013-2014), one of the Top 10 Litigators in the country by The National Law Journal (2004) and a Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation (2011-2016). He was ranked number one in Minnesota for litigation: intellectual property in Chambers USA (2008-2016) and was named one of the 500 Leading Lawyers in America by Lawdragon (2008-2016).
*Past results are reported to provide the reader with an indication of the type of litigation in which we practise and do not and should not be construed to create an expectation of result in any other case as all cases are dependent upon their own unique fact situation and applicable law.
Register for more free content
- Read more IAM blogs and articles
- Receive the editor's weekly review by email