Adam Myron, a trial attorney and Florida Qualified Arbitrator, represents clients in business and partnership litigation, professional malpractice liability, non-competition law, employment litigation, personal injury, association law, and commercial and residential real estate transactions. He is a firm believer in the power of alternative dispute resolution.
Adam is a problem solver for high-profile clients. He has handled multimillion-dollar business and commercial disputes, including the defense of a professional liability matter in which the plaintiff sought more than a billion dollars in damages from firm clients. He serves a broad range of individual and corporate plaintiffs and defendants.
Achieved a significant victory for two orthopedic implant sales representatives, who were sued by their former distributor to enjoin them from working for a new distributor based on claims that they violated the terms of certain non-compete agreements; obtained key admissions from the president of the former distributor while he was under oath at deposition and identified evidence which resulted in the dismissal of all claims with prejudice and a release of the clients from the obligations of their non-compete agreements six months prior to the expiration of the term
Defended an international law firm from a legal malpractice claim brought by a formerly-reporting public company whose stock was delisted from a national exchange in the aftermath of accounting fraud at the company's foreign subsidiary
Successfully resolved a contentious legal malpractice claim during the pre-suit stages, avoiding contentious litigation surrounding an international law firm's preparation of documents to effectuate a multimillion dollar land-banking transaction
Successfully represented investors against two land development entities following their loss of a $1.25 million investment to develop property where the defendants failed to repay the investment plus a contractually promised preferred return; despite defendants assertion of a number of defenses, including an allegation that the two individual investors had not signed the final version of the investment agreement which forced a reformation action, and following extensive investigation and discovery, the trial court entered a final summary judgment in favor of the investors on all claims for the full sum sought $5.53 million against the defendants
Successfully and cost-effectively aided in amicably resolving claims against an individual defendant who had been sued simply for receiving gifts that unbeknownst to them were allegedly purchased by a third party with funds derived from a multimillion dollar Ponzi scheme perpetrated against the plaintiff and other victims; negotiated a settlement that resolved the matter without the need for protracted litigation and required the plaintiff to pay a portion of the defendant's attorney fees
Frequently aids in "bridging the gap" for parties in contentious commercial and personal injury mediations
Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator
Chosen for inclusion on the list Florida Legal Elite Up and Comers in Business Litigation by Florida Trend (Trend Magazines Inc.), 2015
Florida Qualified Arbitrator
Selected to the list of Florida Super Lawyers Rising Stars (Thomson Reuters), Business Litigation, 2010-2017
No aspect of these advertisements have been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. See Awards Methodology.
The Project [theatre], a Miami-based non-profit performing arts company, Board of Directors, Vice Chair