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Lanette Martin

Lanette Martin is an associate at the firm’s Miami office. She is a member of the complex commercial litigation and disputes practice group.

Prior to joining the firm, Lanette served as a litigation associate at a large U.S. law firm. She represented a variety of corporate employers in employment claims and labor relations counseling, as well as litigation in Florida state and federal courts on matters relating to Title VII discrimination, harassment and retaliation, FMLA, FLSA, and contractual disputes. In addition, she conducted legal research focusing on state and federal employment regulations, agency law, and corporate governance issues. Lanette also gained experience by serving as a judicial intern for the Hon. Jose E. Martinez in the Southern District of Florida.

Prior to joining law school, Lanette was a 2012 Teach for America Corps Member where she taught kindergarten in Miami.

  • Cuban American Bar Association
    • Young Lawyers Committee
    • CABA’s Night with the Marlins Committee
  • Miami-Dade Florida Association of Women Lawyers
  • Hispanic National Bar Association
  • Social Media: 5 Things Employers Need to Know, Fort Lauderdale 2018 Labor & Employment Law Seminar, Fisher & Phillips, June 15, 2018.
  • Don’t Get Stranded: Avoiding Workplace Retaliation Claims, Fisher Phillips Fort Lauderdale Breakfast Briefing, July 17, 2018.
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