Martin D. Holly is a Partner in the Los Angeles office of Resnick & Louis, P.C. and specializes in prosecuting and evaluating fraud claims brought under Insurance Code Section 1871.7, Penal Code Sections 549 and 550, and Business and Professions Code Section 17200. Martin is well-respected and known to aggressively develop facts in pursuit of his clients’ rights in actions involving the corporate practice of medicine, the submission of fraudulent insurance claims, the improper use of CPT codes (upcoding and unbundling), capping, and fee splitting. Because of the complex nature of the ever-evolving fraud, Martin and the Complex Litigation Team have investigated and brought lawsuits against attorneys, doctors, organized crime members, chiropractors, body shop owners, and stagers. Martin's actions have directly resulted in millions of dollars in savings to his clients and even more in judgments, including a recent judgment for $10.2 million dollars against multiple defendants who conspired to bill for services that were not rendered, submitted false and fraudulent medical reports, and manipulated various CPT codes in order to enhance their profits. Martin has a total of 5 years of medical malpractice defense experience. Additionally, Martin has served as counsel on cases related to energy efficiency, natural gas procurement, renewable energy credits, demand response, and transmission interconnection matters.
Martin is also an accomplished and experienced first chair trial lawyer with recent defense verdicts in the Federal and State courts. Martin’s successes include subject matters ranging from police misconduct, SIU/EUO, to personal injury claims with blatant CPT code violations. He is also an approved panelist for the Independent Cities Risk Management Authority (ICRMA), which services the needs of a collection of cities throughout California.
Martin received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley. He thereafter received his Juris Doctor from the University of Dayton. In addition to serving as the first year class president and the Student Bar Association Vice President, Martin earned several awards, including the University’s Service Award and the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship. Further, due to his outstanding advocacy skills, Martin was selected to be a member of the school’s moot court team and recruited to coach a team the following year.
Martin is licensed to practice law in the state of California, the Northern, Central, and Southern District Courts, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.