In 1972, John S. Martin and Otto G. Obermaier, college friends and former Assistant U.S. Attorneys, launched one of New York’s first law firms dedicated to the practice area of white-collar crime. The next year, the firm of Martin & Obermaier welcomed a third partner, another former assistant, Robert G. Morvillo.

Martin went on to serve in the early 1980s as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. A decade later, Obermaier would hold that job himself, and Martin would begin his 13 years on the bench as a federal judge in Manhattan.

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