Adam G. Schwartz
Adam is a founding partner of the firm. He represents financial institutions, banks, loan servicers, and lenders in complex litigation and regulatory compliance matters, in both state and federal court. He first-chairs trials and regularly handles matters through appeal. Adam argued and won an issue of appellate first impression, changing the foreclosure landscape in Florida. Adam also partners with in-house counsel and lines of business to design and implement litigation management and corporate witness training programs. Previously, he worked as assistant general counsel to Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection, as an environmental and litigation associate at an AMLaw 20 law firm, and as a financial service litigation partner at an AMLaw 100 firm. Adam was born and raised in Stuart, Florida, and lives there now with his wife and children.
Adam was appointed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to serve as a Commissioner on Florida’s Judicial Nominating Commission for the 19th Judicial Circuit. Adam currently serves as Chair of the Commission.
- Florida State University, B.A. English, cum laude
- Florida State University College of Law, J.D., cum laude
- Certificates of Specialization in Environmental, Natural Resources, and Land Use
Admitted to Practice
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
Legal Public Service
- Chair, Florida’s 19th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission
- Past-President, Martin County Bar Association
- Board Member, Legal Aid Society of Martin County
- Former Chair, Foreclosure Committee, Martin County Bar Association
- Member of the Florida Bar’s 19th Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee