Martin Hom is a senior partner/shareholder of Tao Rossini, APC. Mr. Hom has 30 years of experience in public works contracting and construction claims litigation. He assists school districts, community college districts, universities and other public sector clients with the drafting, procurement, and negotiation of public works contracts, bid protests, contract interpretation issues, terminations, and litigation of claims, including but not limited to such as delay and inefficiencies, acceleration, differing site conditions, changes, terminations for default, extended performance and home office overhead issues at both the trial and appellate level.
Additionally, Mr. Hom has assisted clients in determining the appropriate construction project delivery method (design-bid-build, construction manager multiple prime, construction manager at risk, design build, and lease-leaseback) as well as assist clients in the procurement of professional services, including architects, engineers, inspectors, testing labs, surveyors, and others necessary for a successful public works project.
California (1991), District of Columbia (1993), Maryland (1997)
Mr. Hom received his BA from the University of California Santa Barbara in 1983, and his JD from California Western School of Law in 1991.
McGee v. Torrance Unified School District, et al., 49 Cal.App.5th 814 (2020)
McGee v. Torrance Unified School District, et al., 247 Cal.App.4th 235 (2016)
Davis v. Fresno Unified School District, et al., 237 Cal.App.4th 261 (2015)
Los Alamitos Unified School District v. Howard Contracting, Inc., 229 Cal.App.4th 1222 (2014)
City of Cerritos, et al. v. Cerritos Taxpayers Association, et al., 183 Cal.App.4th 1417 (2010)
Kimbrell v. Fischer, 15 F.3d 175 (Fed. Cir. 1994)
LaSalle Partners v. United States, 48 Fed.Cl. 797 (2001)
Darwin Construction Co. v. United States, 31 Fed.Cl. 453 (1994)
- Facilities, Construction & Business
- Construction Claims & Litigation
- Purchasing and Procurement
- Bid Protests
- Real Property