Adam Shamir primarily represents banks, lenders, and other financial institutions in consumer financial services litigation. His practice focuses creditors’ rights and real estate matters. Additionally, Adam has experience in appellate and bankruptcy litigation. He has experience as counsel for major lenders, banks, and mortgage companies in litigation involving mortgage foreclosures, RESPA, FDCPA and FCCPA claims, title claims, and other real estate issues, as well as appellate matters.
While in law school, Adam was an intern for the Honorable Raymond B. Ray of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Florida.
Outside the Firm
Co-Author, "Below Investment Grade and Above the Law: A Past, Present and Future Look at the Accountability of Credit Rating Agencies," Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, 2012.
A timely and comprehensive article focusing on the responsibility, and lack thereof, of the credit rating agencies (“CRAs”). The article is titled “below investment grade” due to the shoddy performance of the CRAs for their key role in the financial crisis of 2007-08. It is also titled “above the law” because of the CRAs’ lack of accountability due to regulatory sleight of hand and the CRAs’ almost totally successful defense against liability to bondholders through the invocation of the Freedom of Speech under the First Amendment.