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Martin W. Enright
Martin W. Enright
Marty has over 25 years experience representing major financial institutions, private investment funds and their managers and early stage entrepreneurial ventures. Among other accomplishments, Marty founded the firm’s secondary markets private equity practice and has shepherded over $2 billion of transactions to completion involving a who’s who of venture capital backed growth companies.
Martin W. Enright is a partner in the corporate and securities department at Littman Krooks LLP. Marty ‘s experience covers a broad array of complex securities; capital markets; venture capital; private equity; mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; joint ventures and strategic alliances transactions, as well as corporate governance and general corporate and business matters.
Marty has been central in helping develop Littman Krooks’ practice in the formation and transactional representation of private equity funds that make late-stage venture capital and secondary market investments and has led cutting edge transactions relating to securities of Airbnb, DraftKings, DocuSign, Dropbox, Facebook, LinkedIn, Lyft, Palantir, Pinterest, SpaceX, Spotify, Twitter and myriad other issuers. Marty is a recognized go-to attorney in this area. In addition, Marty maintains an active practice representing independent committees of directors in related party transactions and enjoys working with entrepreneurs to build early stage ventures.
Prior to joining Littman Krooks, Marty maintained an active solo practice, served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel of a Nasdaq traded high-tech company where he was also responsible for global joint ventures and began his career with the distinguished New York firms of Seward & Kissel and Schulte Roth & Zabel.
Marty is an honors graduate of Hofstra University, where he was a member of the varsity football and lacrosse teams, and of Boston University School of Law, where he was a Note and Case Editor of the Boston University Law Review. He lives in New York with his wife Christina and tries to make time to practice meditation and electric guitar.