Adam McNeal is an experienced litigation and transactional attorney. He provides clients with representation in complex commercial matters ranging from business torts, lease breach claims and remedies and defenses under Louisiana and Texas laws to maritime- and energy-related transactions such as purchase/construction agreements, master service agreements, vessel mortgages, finance/security agreements as well as transportation/logistical issues.
Early Life and Education
Within the first eight years of life, children’s brains develop at an incredible pace – providing crucial opportunities to learn social skills, build self-esteem and establish moral principles.
Early childhood education refers to the practice of providing young children with structured educational experiences in formal settings. It encompasses many important topics like learning and brain development, peer cooperation and collaboration and developing literacy.
Early childhood education is one of the earliest areas in academia, focusing on preparing young children for lifelong learning through scientific evidence-based methods that emphasize social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs.
Adam stands out as an accomplished commercial and maritime attorney whose practice spans across numerous jurisdictions. He is well known in the energy and shipping industries for his representation of owners, operators, lenders and lenders in oceangoing vessels as well as offshore platform support equipment. Adam also provides assistance in commercial litigation, government regulatory and insurance defense matters. Adam is one of over 150 partners and staffers at McGlinchey Stafford’s New Orleans office and plays an active role on their public policy and government relations teams. Adam serves as Executive in Residence at the Houston office of our firm and recently earned the Texas Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (TAIC) Young Professional of the Year honor.
Achievement and Honors
McNeal has quickly made his mark within Western Kentucky University football since joining as a redshirt freshman, leading his team’s return game and earning Freshman All-American accolades.
He has led his team in touchdown receptions both seasons.
McNeal has played an instrumental role in helping LMU athletics increase its overall GPA each year since taking over this position in 2015, including being instrumental in getting two Railsplitters named to South Atlantic Conference Commissioner’s Honor Rolls recently.
He is an active member of the Alabama YMCA Collegiate Legislature and was elected House Floor Leader during 2019. Corey Deerman, Lieutenant Governor; Ulises Herrera, Senate Floor Leader; Kyteria Marshall, Chief Justice; Hunter Limbaugh, Attorney General and Miranda Fairel – media and school representatives- also joined him this year as elected leaders.
Adam places great value in his personal life and actively attends Central Baptist Church in Warner Robins, Georgia.
He enjoys sports, particularly Georgia Bulldog football. Additionally, he takes great pleasure hunting and fishing.
He currently serves as President of McCullough Funeral Home and Magnolia Park Cemetery, following in the footsteps of both his late uncle, Jimmy McCullough (from whom the business bears their namesake), as well as that of Carol McCullough McNeal – his mother.
An affidavit filed in federal court on April 15 identified McNeal as one of several participants in an online chatroom believed to be used primarily to distribute child pornography. At a hearing on Friday, U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Volpe stated he would keep McNeal on an extended leash.
Adam McNeal is a renowned actor and television personality with an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million. Additionally, he has received multiple Emmy nominations and awards over his long career.
He currently resides with his wife, Jennifer, who believes firmly that he is innocent of this horrific event and should not go through it alone.
According to his wife, Michael Grisham has expressed suicide concerns and been under immense stress as a result of this case. On Friday in court she suggested it may be safer for him not to remain in Conway where the investigation was taking place and instead release him into the care of Michael and Lisa Grisham who agreed to serve as third-party custodians for him.