16870 West Bernardo Drive
San Diego, CA 92127
Martin Hom is a partner in the San Diego office. Mr. Hom has litigation and trial experience in a broad range of contract interpretation issues and disputes, such as delay and inefficiencies, acceleration, differing site conditions, changes, terminations for default, extended performance and home office overhead issues (i.e., Eichleay damages), and various close-out issues. In addition to trial experience, Mr. Hom also has experience in the use of various forms of alternative dispute resolution. Also, he represents California school districts, community college districts, and special districts in employment law, administrative law, and labor relations.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Hom was a Senior Assistant General Counsel for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) in Washington, DC. He began his career with GSA as a trial attorney and was ultimately promoted to a supervisory position in which he oversaw a group of 10 trial attorneys who litigated GSA’s real property contract claims. In addition to supervising the real property litigation group, Mr. Hom also carried his own caseload. In one case, he was the government counsel for the design and construction of the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC, which was a 3.1 million square foot multi-use project and had an overall budget of $738,000,000.
Mr. Hom is admitted to practice before all California courts.