Adam Fox is a litigation partner with experience handling and trying to verdict high-stakes controversies spanning a wide range of subject matters. He is the leader of the firm's False Advertising Litigation & Protection Practice, as well as the Food & Beverage Litigation Practice, and also has substantial experience in complex commercial cases and those involving environmental contamination and exposure. Due to Adam's national practice and global clients he has offices in and is admitted to practice in both California and New York. He is a member of the firm's Global Board.
The high-profile matters Adam has handled have garnered substantial national and regional media coverage, including televised interviews and front page coverage in prominent national newspapers, such as the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times. His cases have also received coverage in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and numerous other publications.
Before entering private practice, Adam served as a judicial clerk for the late Honorable Robert B. Krupansky of the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Adam has written several law review articles and other publications. He has also lectured, presented papers or served on speaking panels at the University of Colorado Law School, George Mason University School of Law, Rutgers University School of Law and the University of California at Los Angeles. He has also been a speaker at conferences sponsored by the American Bar Association and the Defense Research Institute.
A graduate of the Riordan Volunteer Leadership Development Program, Adam serves as co-chair of the Los Angeles branch of the National Campaign to Stop Violence and coordinates the Los Angeles office's pro bono activities.
Adam has been repeatedly recommended in The Legal 500 US, identified by Benchmark: Litigation as a Future Star and recognized by Thomson Reuters as a Southern California Rising Star.