“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.”
― William G.T. Shedd
Adam joined BoltNagi’s litigation group in 2014, focusing on Creditor Rights, Federal and Territorial Tax Controversy, Corporate Regulatory Compliance, and Appellate Advocacy.
Before becoming a part of the BoltNagi team, Adam served as Counsel for Litigation to the South Carolina (Inactive) Department of Revenue. He represented the State of South Carolina (Inactive) in a variety of tax, regulatory, licensing, and employment law matters in administrative, circuit and appellate courts. While pursuing his law degree, Adam served as Associate Managing Editor of Charleston Law Review and worked as a Law Clerk for The Finkel Law Firm, LLC based in Charleston, South Carolina (Inactive).
In addition to being a member of the American Bar Association, Adam is also admitted to the District Court of the Virgin Islands.
A few hallmarks of his work include:
To date, Adam has represented a variety of commercial and private clients in civil and administrative cases relating to residential and commercial foreclosures, premises liability defense and general civil litigation. Additionally, he handles tax dispute resolutions for businesses and foreign entities operating in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
A Call for the Proper Recognition of Habeas Corpus in the 21st Century, 3 Charleston L. Rev. 689 (2009).