MARTIN GANDELMAN

ASSOCIATE | 862-397-1796 | mgandelman@ck-litigation.com


Education

  • University of Michigan, BA
  • Benjamin N. Cardoza School of Law, JD, cum laude

Marty Gandelman, a former Securities prosecutor with the New Jersey Office of Attorney General, is an accomplished litigator who draws on his extensive background in regulatory enforcement proceedings and government investigations. Marty has investigated and litigated matters involving New Jersey regulatory agencies, including the Division of Consumer Affairs, Bureau of Securities, Division of Investment, and the Board of Medical Examiners.

Prior to joining the firm, Marty served as a Deputy Attorney General in the Securities Fraud Prosecution Section of the Office of the New Jersey Attorney General. As a Deputy Attorney General, he prosecuted violations of the New Jersey Uniform Securities Law in close consultation with the Chief of the New Jersey Bureau of Securities. In this capacity, Marty coordinated some of the most high-profile Bureau of Securities investigations with parallel investigations by the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA, FBI, IRS, New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, and various county prosecutors’ offices. He has litigated a host of regulatory matters involving financial advisors as well as one of the State’s largest civil enforcement actions against a multinational investment bank that issued billions of dollars of residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS). At the Attorney General’s Office, Marty was also a faculty member for the Attorney General Advocacy Institute, where he taught courses on securities regulation, attorney ethics, and social media.

Marty is a graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he graduated with honors and served as an editor of Cardozo’s Journal of Law and Gender. At Cardozo, Marty concentrated on Criminal Law and Procedure and interned with the Office of the New York State Attorney General. Marty graduated with distinction from the University of Michigan. He is admitted to the bars of New Jersey and New York.