Adam Braveman is an associate in the Litigation practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s New York office.
His practice focuses on all aspects of commercial litigation and white collar investigations. Most recently, Mr. Braveman has represented a foreign corporation in an enforcement proceeding, individuals in the Deepwater Horizon civil litigation, and an outside auditor in a trade secret and breach of contract dispute. Mr. Braveman is also a Content Editor for the Pretrial Practice and Discovery Committee of the ABA's Litigation Section, and he has published two articles in the New York Law Journal: "Eroding Theory of General Personal Jurisdiction: Effect of Bauman," and "Separate Entity Rule on Bank Branches and Judgment Debtors."
Mr. Braveman received his J.D. with Honors from the George Washington University Law School, where he was a member of the Federal Circuit Bar Journal, the Moot Court Board, and the Mock Trial Board. While in law school, Mr. Braveman’s team won the Van Vleck Constitutional Law moot court competition, which was decided by a panel of three circuit court judges. His team also won best brief, and Mr. Braveman was named best oralist of the competition.
Mr. Braveman received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Rochester, magna cum laude, in 2005, and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Iota Chapter. Additionally, he was a four year starter on the baseball team and captain of the team his junior and senior years. Mr. Braveman is admitted to practice in New York.