I Know the Man': Meet Adam Myron, Who's Running for Judge in South Florida
Publisher: Daily Business Review
September 23, 2020
Adam Myron, senior counsel resident in Day Pitney's West Palm Beach office, is running for judge in south Florida. A Daily Business Review article, "'I Know the Man': Meet Adam Myron, Who’s Running for Judge in South Florida," discusses the commercial litigator’s decision to set his sights on winning the seat of Incumbent Palm Beach Circuit Judge Jaimie Goodman in a runoff election in November.
Myron explains that running for a judicial seat in Palm Beach County is his way of giving back to the community in which he grew up. Myron has helped his individual and corporate clients with a broad array of litigation, including complex business and partnership, trust and estate, and employment litigation. He also has handled commercial real estate transactions and prosecuted personal injury cases.
Day Pitney Partner Gary Betensky reflects on assigning Myron "countless cases," where many of Betensky's clients developed close working relations with Myron. "I know the man, I've been in the trenches with him. This is the kind of person we want on the bench in our community," Betensky explains.
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