Martha L. King, P.C.
Martha L. King, P.C. is a small, woman-owned, native owned, law practice dedicated to providing decisive, organized, impactful, highly-relevant, practical, exact, concrete, client-driven, and culturally-empowered business and corporate law services to tribes, tribal businesses, governing bodies, enterprises, directors, officers, managers, authorities, utilities, and schools.
Martha L. King, P.C. was formed in 2016 by its Managing Attorney, Martha L. King. After its first year of existence, the Firm was included in U.S. News & World Report® and Best Lawyers® as a Best Law Firm in Native American Law, and has consistently been included therein since then.
Martha L. King is a member of the Kotzebue IRA Tribe in northwest Alaska. She has lived in the southwest since 2000, working for tribes, tribal enterprises and Indian small businesses.
The Firm’s practice areas include business and corporate law, employment law, gaming, and tribal taxation.
The Firm works with Boards of Directors and Management Boards in developing or amending governing documents, including bylaws, policies and procedures, operating agreements and plans of operation, and in observing corporate formalities and applicable fiduciary duties. It develops tribal codes or amendments to support business activity. It also develops employee handbooks and other internal policies and procedures, and provides advice on compliance with such documents. It reviews leases, contracts, sales and purchase agreements, general agreements and other business documents for clients. The Firm assists management in litigation prevention strategies, but when corporate clients are sued, or they need to sue, the Firm litigates on their behalf.
Our team enjoys making huge and positive differences for our clients.