Work History

Work History
Sep 2012 - Present

Sr. Director

Duane Morris Government Strategies

A public affairs and government policy expert, Martin Milita is a Senior Director with Duane Morris Government Affairs, LLC.Duane Morris Government Strategies (DMGS). DMGS is an ancillary business of international law firm Duane Morris LLP, one of the 100 largest law firms (700+ attorneys) in the United States and abroad.


1976 - 1979

Juris Doctor

Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law
Sep 1972 - Jun 1976


King's College


Sr. Director, Martin Milita brings considerable experience in Federal and state government relations to his work at Duane Morris Government Affairs, a lobbying firm based in Trenton, New Jersey. Martin Milita has over 30 years of experience in law and government affairs and advises private and public organizations, including Fortune 500 corporations, on lobbying strategy. Prior to joining DMGS, Martin Milita served as Managing Member of Holman Public Affairs following Martin Milita's service as the Chief Executive Officer of Fiore Group Companies, Inc. Martin Milita was recruited for the position because of his expertise in administrative regulations and legislation. Fiore Group Companies had had its operating privileges revoked due to a violation of New Jersey regulations. Martin Milita represented Fiore Group Companies in the Superior Court and Appellate Division of New Jersey, resolving litigation, obtaining licenses, and avoiding fines. From 1990 to 1997, Martin Milita was a member of the prestigious law firms, Sills Cummis, et. al. & Riker Danzig, et. al. Martin Milita specialized in administrative and environmental law, government affairs, and corporate development, garnering experience that would prove useful in his later positions at Fiore Group Companies and Holman Public Affairs. Interested in public law and working in government, Martin Milita served as New Jersey State Chief Deputy Attorney General from 1981 to 1990, handling fraud and solid waste violation cases for the state and imposing fines and penalties. In addition, Martin Milita drafted state legislative proposals that assisted in reducing fraud within the Medicaid system. Martin Milita has held a variety of special assignments, including Special Investigative Attorney for GPU Nuclear in 1984 and an Adjunct Business Law Professorship in 2002. Martin Milita is a member of the state bars of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as well as the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association and the Solid Waste Utilities Lawyers Association. Additionally, Martin Milita is a life member of the 24th Infantry Association and the New Jersey Naval Militia Foundation. Martin Milita is a Knight of Columbus. Martin Milita has authored articles on corporate compliance of solid waste laws and co-authored a seven-volume report on the damaged nuclear reactor at Three Mile Island.


New Jersey and Pennsylvania Bar Associations