Adam L. Browser has extensive experience in civil and sophisticated commercial litigation, including trials and appeals, covering a wide variety of industries. His broad litigation experience includes disputes involving construction, real estate, contracts, partnerships, financial services, professional liability, landlord-tenant, collections, insurance and title claims. He also regularly represents owners, contractors and subcontractors in negotiating and drafting construction agreements. Mr. Browser frequently lectures and writes on the topics of litigation, construction and creditor’s rights.

Adam serves as of counsel to Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C., where he is a member of the firm’s Litigation and Financial Services, Banking & Bankruptcy Departments, Insurance & Insurance Litigation Group, and its Construction Practice Group.

Prior to joining Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C., he represented national financial institutions, including many Fortune 500 companies, in foreclosures, workouts, bankruptcies, evictions and title claims.

After graduating with honors from the State University of New York at Binghamton, Adam attended Hofstra Law School where he was the managing editor of the Hofstra Property Law Journal.

Adam serves on the Board of Trustees for Temple Beth David in Commack and formerly was on its Executive Board. He is also currently on the Board of Directors, and 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 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.


  • Webinar on "Employment and Legal Issues as a Result of Coronavirus," March 2020
  • "Debt Collection and Judgment Enforcement" June 2016
  • “Contracts for Contractors,” April and September 2015
  • “Mortgage Foreclosures, A Defendant’s Perspective,” November 2014
  • “How to Get Paid and What to Do When You Don’t,” October 2014
  • “Debt Collection and the Enforcement of Money Judgments,” June 2014
  • “A Primer on Foreclosure and Bankruptcy,” May 2013
  • “Basics of Mechanic’s Liens,” March 2013
  • “Mortgage Foreclosures and Workouts,” December 2012. “Litigation from A to Z: What Every Solo Practitioner Needs to Know From Client Intake to Enforcement of Judgment,” February 2012
  • “Collections and Enforcement of Money Judgments,” November 2010
  • “Demonstrative Evidence in Construction: Practical and Evidentiary Issues,” February 2010
  • “Home Foreclosure: Where to Turn for Help When Things Start Coming Apart,” February 2009
  • “Green Building: What It Is, What You Need to Know and Why,” February 2007
  • “It’s Not Your Money: Understanding New York’s Lien Law Trust Fund Provisions,” December 2005

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