Sarah Adam




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Direct Fax: 973-302-3174
Main: 973-707-5346





  • New York University School of Law (J.D., 2011)
  • George Mason University (B. A, 2008)

Bar Admissions

  •  New Jersey
  • New York

Court Admissions

  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • United States District Court for the District of New Jersey


  • New Jersey State Bar Association




SARAH ADAM focuses her practice on litigation and business transactions.  Ms. Adam represents clients in the construction industry counseling owners, general contractors, and specialty manufacturers in a variety of transactions, disputes, claims, and litigation.  Ms. Adam represents clients in shareholder derivative suits alleging corporate mismanagement, breach of fiduciary duty, and unfair competition.  Ms. Adam represents clients in business divorce proceedings to enforce oppressed minority shareholder rights or to remove ineffective leadership, and to obtain judicial dissolution, court-ordered buyout, future equitable constructive trusts, and other remedies.  Ms. Adam also handles a variety of other commercial disputes state and federal courts in New York and New Jersey.

Prior to joining the firm in August, 2014, Ms. Adam worked as a commercial litigator at a mid-sized New York City law firm, where she defended medical providers against major insurance companies in federal civil RICO lawsuits, and managed a large docket of cases in New York Supreme Court, including insurance, real estate, and construction disputes.

While in law school, Ms. Adam worked as a clerk for the U.S. Department of Justice, the Public Counsel, and the Brennan Center for Justice.  Ms. Adam also worked as an assistant to Professor Frank Upham teaching Property Law, served as an editor on the Journal of Legislation & Public Policy, and served as a board member of the Student Bar Association for three years.  She also volunteered with the NYU Mediation Organization, the NYU Suspension Rehearing Project, and the D.C. Public Defender Service.



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