Brother of Pinalla and Salvarino, he was a lawyer in Milan. He was collaborator of Giovanni and Azzone Visconti, whose diplomatic positions overlaid. He was mayor from 1334 to 1336 always at Monza, where oversaw the construction of walls and fortified the castle, and then in 1337-1338 in Piacenza.
After the death of Azzone Visconti (16 August 1339) Pinalla Aliprandi was kept in the background by Luchino and became part of the conspiracy against him in 1341 by Pusterla and other noble Milanese.
Martino was buried in the family chapel in the church of San Marco in Milan, his sepulchral ark, which is depicted in the act of lecturing to students of law, is an example of funerary sculpture of the mid-fourteenth century.