Both large and small organizations have major concerns about legal fees. My clients know that I’m very conscientious of their budgets and I strive to provide the most cost-effective and practical advice possible. Recognizing that what works for one client is not necessarily the best course of action for another, I tailor each approach and let clients decide how aggressively to approach litigation. In many instances we come up with real-world, common-sense solutions so they can shift their focus back to day-to-day operations and generating revenue.
With a well-earned reputation for success at the trial court level in both federal and state courts, Adam Hamburg is a litigation attorney whose practice focuses on high-stakes litigation in a multitude of practice areas, including commercial litigation and complex business disputes. Over the course of his career, Adam has developed a diverse and sophisticated litigation practice and represents international, national, and local clients of all sizes in a variety of industries, including financial lending institutions, the automotive industry, construction, and real estate.
Additionally, Adam advocates for clients in a wide range of matters in several areas, including mortgage banking litigation, commercial and business disputes, tort and negligence actions, consumer financial services litigation, construction issues, real estate litigation, corporate governance and partnership disputes, labor and employment cases, products liability litigation, and trade secret litigation.
Prior to attending law school, Adam worked in construction and project management. Today, in the many cases he handles, he relies on the experience gained in those industries. His familiarity with those areas gives him a valuable understanding of the day-to-day issues that arise and drive litigation, including contractual and commercial disputes, financing and real estate issues, and the challenges of managing projects of almost any type. He has defended and counseled clients in a variety of industries, including retail, chemical, and construction, and in small businesses. His business background also informs his consumer and commercial finance litigation cases, as Adam fully understands the fluctuations of the economy and the liquidations, bankruptcies, and loan defaults that stem from the downturns.
Bringing a depth of knowledge to a number of practice areas, Adam enjoys the variety provided by handling a wide range of cases. Noted for his outstanding trial track record, he crafts shrewd strategies and dynamically represents his clients both in and out of the courtroom.
Adam also makes himself accessible to his clients at all times. They know they can call him after hours or on the weekends, and he’ll be happy to advise them on resolving their issues. Adam views himself not only as his clients’ attorney, but also as their friend.