Adam Love uses his experience in civil and complex commercial litigation, corporate law, regulatory compliance, and commercial real estate to guide his clients through litigation and day-to-day operations. Often serving as de facto in-house counsel for small and mid-size companies (or working in tandem with in-house counsel for larger companies), he advises business owners on a range of legal matters, including general contract provisions, employee issues, buy-sell, capital raises, and corporate governance.
Adam has represented both individual and corporate clients in federal and state courts, arbitration tribunals, and before regulatory agencies—and takes the time to comprehensively educate and guide clients through the process.
An astute advocate for his clients, Adam is passionate about protecting and defending his clients’ hard work. His article, “The Martin Act and The Sweeping Power of the New York Attorney General,” was published in the 2016 book Legal Risk Management, Governance and Compliance: Interdisciplinary Case Studies from Leading Experts.
- New York (2010)
- New Jersey (2009)
- New Jersey
- Southern and Eastern District Courts for the State of New York
- New York Law School, J.D., 2009
- SUNY Binghamton, B.A. Political Science, 2006
Awards & Community Engagement
- Board Member, New York Memory Center