E. Martin Estrada is a partner with Munger, Tolles & Olson. His practice is focused on trials, arbitrations, complex litigation and internal investigations.
Mr. Estrada represents major corporations and executives before both federal and state courts in a variety of areas, including business disputes, technology, antitrust, environmental regulation, securities, banking and competition law. His clients include Twentieth Century Fox Film, Amgen, BNSF, LG Electronics and the Norton Simon Museum.
A former federal prosecutor and supervisor in the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Mr. Estrada is an experienced litigator who has tried over two dozen federal and state trials and arbitrations, argued a dozen appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals, and handled numerous legal and evidentiary hearings in federal and state courts.
Mr. Estrada has consistently been involved in public interest work and pro bono representations, including in the areas of asylum, education and domestic violence prevention. In July 2018, he obtained a landmark victory in one of the largest educational rights cases in the country seeking to establish equal rights to education for Latinos and other minority groups in New Mexico.
Mr. Estrada is an active member of the legal and civic communities, having served as a board member of the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles and the Alliance for Children’s Rights and a member of the Commission on Judicial Nominees Evaluation (JNE) of the State Bar of California. He also teaches appellate advocacy at Loyola Law School.