Adam Adcock is a Washington, D.C., litigation attorney with experience in general litigation and dispute resolution. With experience across each stage of the lifecycle of a litigation, Mr. Adcock handles matters for individuals, organizations and small to large corporations regarding property disputes, white-collar crime investigations, federalism and sovereign immunity issues, contract issues, mass torts, product liability and administrative issues.
In addition, Mr. Adcock is experienced in performing research into nuanced legal issues and drafting motions, memoranda and correspondence regarding various areas of civil litigation. He has assisted with appealing the exclusion of causation experts under the Daubert standard in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, conducted extensive research into the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) statutory authority regarding net neutrality, and assisted with a major corporation’s successful contest to a debtholder's claim for a declaration of an event of default at a 10-day bench trial.
Prior to law school, Mr. Adcock gained years of experience with assisting attorneys working on complex trial and appellate litigation at a prestigious D.C. law firm. During law school, Mr. Adcock served as an articles editor for the American University Law Review.
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