About Martha M. Dwyer

When you need a professional in business law to help with a business transaction or negotiation, turn to the Law Office of Martha M. Dwyer in New York City serving the entire United States.

Martha M. Dwyer is a trusted business law attorney who helps both individuals and small businesses with litigation involving corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, financing, and restructuring.

Over the past 35 years, Martha has represented individuals, large corporations, start-ups, and more in corporate and commercial law transactions. Her litigation advice when it comes to business law is second to none. You can trust her as a small business lawyer to work hard to get you the best result. Contact the office today to learn more and set up a consultation.

Martha’s Qualifications

After graduating cum laude from Harvard University, Martha M. Dwyer received her law degree from Columbia Law School as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and her MBA from Columbia Business School. Prior to starting her own practice, which she ran for over 25 years, Martha M. Dwyer held positions with major law firms, including Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, as well as with smaller law firms. With her extensive training and knowledge of both business and the law, Martha Dwyer gives extraordinary attention to detail and is proficient in analyzing financial documents. She works with clients to understand their needs, identify potential problems, and arrive at effective and inventive bottom-line legal solutions.

Martha M. Dwyer is a member of the American Bar Association and serves on their LLCs, Partnerships, and Unincorporated Entities Committee and their Opinion Committee. She is also a member of the New York City Bar Association and serves on their Corporation Law Committee.

In her personal life, Martha M. Dwyer is a dedicated advocate for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She served for many years at the Board President of the Home and School Association of Southbury Training School, which seeks to protect the interests of individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities in Connecticut by advocating for their right to long-term, quality-of-life care, and provides support and amenities to residents of the Southbury Training School, a congregate facility located in Southbury, CT. She also served for over 20 years as a Board Member of the Southbury Training School Foundation, which operates a guardianship program for over 150 individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities at Southbury Training School and throughout Connecticut. In addition, Martha M. Dwyer is the Connecticut coordinator for VOR, a national organization that advocates for high-quality care and human rights for those with intellectual/developmental disabilities.


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