Jarrod Martin joins Chamberlain Hrdlicka to Launch the Houston Bankruptcy Practice and is Named Co-Chair of Bankruptcy Practice
Jarrod Martin recently joined national law firm, Chamberlain Hrdlicka, as a shareholder. He will lead the establishment of the firm’s bankruptcy section in Houston and is named a co-chair of the Bankruptcy, Restructuring, Reorganization and Creditors’ Rights practice.
“We are excited to add Jarrod to our team in Houston,” said Larry Campagna, managing shareholder of the firm. “Jarrod brings a wealth of experience and is extremely well known in bankruptcy matters. He brings us a new level of capability in that arena.”
Martin brings 11 years of national litigation experience with a focus on restructuring and bankruptcy to Chamberlain Hrdlicka. He has practiced in both federal and state courts across the country, including time at both the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts, representing a variety of clients, including bankruptcy trustees, creditors, and corporate and high net-worth debtors, helping them through their bankruptcy and beyond. He has a wealth of experience in restructuring matters affecting energy companies and has represented creditors in some of the largest oil and gas bankruptcies filed in Texas. He is also a court-appointed Subchapter V Trustee under the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019, supervising eligible, financially-distressed businesses eligible navigate the streamlined and expedited debt restructuring process.
“I am incredibly excited to join Chamberlain Hrdlicka,” said Martin. “There is a natural synergy between my practice and the corporate, tax and litigation practices at the firm. Together, we will offer an even deeper bench of sophisticated and innovative counsel at a common sense price.”
Martin started his career by clerking for The Honorable Jeff Bohm, a bankruptcy judge in Houston. He went on to work for the Department of Justice in Denver before returning to Houston. Prior to joining Chamberlain Hrdlicka, Martin led the bankruptcy practice group at McDowell Hetherington, while guiding their litigation practice in both federal and state courts. He received his bachelor’s degree from UCLA and his J. D. from The University of Miami School of Law. He volunteers with the Houston Symphony Chorus and can regularly be seen singing at Jones Hall.