Marty Glick is a retired partner who had extensive experience in a wide range of complex civil litigation matters, which focused on intellectual property.
Mr. Glick served on the six-member Advisory Committee on Patent Local Rules appointed by Chief Judge Henderson to develop the patent rules ultimately adopted and in force in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.
Mr. Glick served with the United States Department of Justice from 1964-66, California Rural Legal Assistance from 1966-1974 (Director, 1972-74), was an Associate Professor of Law teaching trial practice at Stanford University from 1974-75, and Director of the California Employment Development Department (EDD) from 1975-79. In 1983-84, he served as Chairman of the State Bar Committee of Bar Examiners.
He has been listed in Best Lawyers in America in the fields of Intellectual Property Law and Patent Law. He has also been listed as a Northern California Super Lawyer, including being recognized as a "Top 100" Super Lawyer.
Mr. Glick also co-authored a book entitled The Soledad Children which centers on Diana v State Board, the landmark class-action case the co-authors, working for California Rural Legal Assistance, brought which attacked and ended the use of culturally biased, English-only IQ tests on ten- and eleven-year-old farmworkers and other Hispanic children. Tens of thousands had been relegated to classes for the "mentally retarded" based on the tests. The book traces the beginnings of CRLA and the legal services program started in 1966 by Lyndon Johnson and Sargent Shriver and documents the changes to justice that it brought and the strategies employed.
- JD, The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, 1964, with honors, Order of the Coif
- BA, Ohio State University, 1961
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, International Trademark Association
- Member, American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Board Member, Public Advocates