Daniel Martens has been practicing law for more than two decades and brings over two decades of litigation experience, specializing in product liability and toxic tort cases.
Since he has experience on both sides of organ donation, he firmly believes it is crucial to treat donors like real people.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Martens was born February 25, 1999, in Bukit Batok and currently plays Attack – Right Winger for Albirex Niigata of Singapore Premier League. His height stands at 1.79 meters while his weight remains unknown.
He attended Wellman High School where he excelled as a three-sport athlete – baseball, basketball and football – before honorably serving in the United States Army. Mark (Amy) Martens of Wellman and Kim Kram of Cedar Rapids are left behind to mourn his passing along with their nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Dan is a partner at Dal Soglio & Martens LLP and specializes in trademark and unfair competition law. Hailing from Los Angeles, he enjoys watching Texas Longhorns football games while playing electric bass and ukulele.
Martens graduated from Miami Palmetto High School and pursued a tennis career, serving three-year starter on their state championship team and earning All-State honors, in addition to being recognized as an AP Scholar. Later he attended University of California Santa Barbara where he studied materials chemistry as well as organic semiconductors that are used to form LED’s and solar cells – studies which ultimately led to him studying materials science as an undergraduate major and then furthering research at his thesis thesis project on materials for solar cells
Dan Martens currently serves as a partner at Dal Soglio & Martens LLP and brings extensive litigation experience, such as patent litigation and trademark infringement disputes, personal injury matters and corporate fraud cases to represent multiple clients.
Mr. Davis also practices employment law and advises businesses on privacy policies and employee handbook updates. Prior to this position at NBI Law Group LLC, Mr. Davis served as an associate at Latham & Watkins LLP.
Achievement and Honors
Under Martens’ direction, the Cyclones have broken nearly every team scoring record in program history while playing one of the toughest schedules in Division I each season. She has also excelled at recruiting top international talent – signing top players who went on to achieve notable postgraduate successes.
She has earned numerous honors and awards, such as Big 12 Coach of the Year and NGCA Central Region Coach of the Year recognitions. Additionally, several of her players have transitioned into professional golf – like Taglao Jeeravivitaporn who earned LPGA playing privileges in 2016 and Barquin Arozamena competing at 2018 United States Women’s Open.
She leaves behind her beloved husband, John; children Kathleen Martens and David Martens; grandchildren CJ Espina, Rhenee Mejia, Leia Espina as well as brother Farreol Hansen from Arkansas.
He was an active member of his community, supporting local charities and taking part in various fundraisers. A master gardener, he enjoyed long bike rides as well as collecting toy tractors. Mark Martens from Wellman and Kim Kram from Cedar Rapids are his children; together they share nine grandchildren.
Dal Soglio & Martens LLP was established by him, with his primary practice area being litigation. He has extensive experience representing clients in contract, unfair business practice lawsuits, alter ego matters and fraud actions.
His family includes his wife Cathy; children Scott, Kyle, Erika; grandchildren Dylan Cameron Adalyn and Kennedy as well as granddaughter Adalyn Kennedy. On June 24th at First Presbyterian Church Keota held a memorial service.
At present, his estimated net worth stands at approximately $2.1 Million dollars. He makes much of this wealth through various business ventures and also through revenue generated from Instagram accounts he owns.
He and Cathy, his longtime wife, are parents to four children: Scott, Kyle, Erika and Jessica. Scott enjoys supporting his beloved Texas Longhorns and plays both electric bass and ukulele for relaxation.
He specializes in trademark, copyright and unfair competition law. After graduating from the University of Texas School of Law with honors and serving on its Texas Law Review editorial board, he joined Holland & Hart’s partnership practice as intellectual property litigation and counseling specialist and author of multiple books and articles about intellectual property matters.