Adam L. Browser has nearly three decades of experience in complex commercial litigation, including trials and appeals, covering a wide variety of industries. His broad litigation experience includes creditor’s rights, collections, construction, contracts, employment, insurance, landlord-tenant, licensing, partnerships and other business relationships, professional liability, real estate, title claims and trusts and estates. He has handled disputes for Fortune 500, mid-size and small companies, as well as individuals. Adam has handled cases in Federal and New York State Court, and in various dispute resolution forums, such as the American Arbitration Association. In 2021 and 2023, Adam was named a New York Metro Super Lawyer for construction litigation.
Adam is a member of the firm’s Litigation, Financial Services, Banking & Bankruptcy Departments, and the Insurance Litigation and Construction Practice Groups. He frequently lectures and writes on the topics of litigation, construction and creditor’s rights. His most recent article, “Little Known Law Can Lead to Large Liability: The Freelance Isn’t Free Act” was published in the New York Law Journal in March 2023.
Acting as outside general counsel, Adam provides advice and assistance for small and privately owned companies on day-to-day operations, contract review and drafting and conflict avoidance and resolution.
Adam is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Hofstra University’s Maurice A. Deane School of Law. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Nassau County Bar Association and is General Counsel to the Professional Remodeling Organization of New York. He was formerly the General Counsel to the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, Long Island and City of New York chapters.
Adam is an active member of the Hofstra Law School Career Services Alumni committee and is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association, active in its Commercial Litigation and Construction Law Committees. He volunteers regularly at the Bar Association’s Pro Bono and Mortgage Foreclosure clinics.
He was formerly the chairperson of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Construction Law Committee and Lawyer Referral Committee. He was recognized as a Pro Bono Attorney of the year by Touro Law Center in 2019. Adam served on the Board of Trustees for Temple Beth David in Commack for ten years and was on its Executive Board for three years.