Adam Stoltz is an associate in LashGoldberg’s Miami office and practices complex business litigation and employment law.
He is an industry thought leader with more than 15 years of experience addressing issues surrounding people, organizational performance and the built environment.
HOK’s New York City consulting practice also counts on him to lead their efforts in portfolio strategy, facility planning, workplace strategy and change management across markets.
Early Life and Education
Stoltz attended San Marcos High School, participating on both its drama team and musical theatre productions. Following graduation, he studied acting under Stella Adler and Peggy Feury.
At the University of Miami he earned a magna cum laude degree, before taking on an outstanding work as a judicial law clerk for Hon. Paul C. Huck in the U.S. District Court of Florida’s Southern District.
Adam started practicing law at a Miami firm. He has extensive experience in complex business litigation, employment law and health care law matters. Adam has successfully represented companies, individuals and government entities during trial and appeal cases as well as handling high-stakes class actions and sophisticated civil matters. Adam is also a member of the Florida Bar Association.
He specializes in pharmaceutical, medical device, environmental and human trafficking litigation. Additionally, he has represented municipalities in products liability and civil rights disputes; holding corporate wrongdoers accountable for their role in the opioid epidemic.
His experience includes working as a counselor at the U.S. Department of Justice where he conducted criminal investigations and served as law clerk to U.S. District Judge Paul C. Huck of Florida’s Southern District courthouse before joining Lash & Goldberg in 2021.
He is an avid gardener and grows vegetables for The Idea Kitchen in Larchmont, New York; an unconventional workspace intended to offer an alternative to working from home or coffee shops. With more than 15 years of experience in location intelligence & strategy, real estate and occupancy planning, change management, workplace measurement and benchmarking he brings a distinct viewpoint and set of skills.
Achievement and Honors
Stoltz has received various honors in recognition of his contributions and accomplishments to both the University and Schreyer Scholar community, such as receiving the Noah P. Barsky ’92 Bus, ’92g Bus and Smeal College of Business faculty award; “Bear Koehler” Award and Schreyer Scholar Service Award.
He received the X-Con Security Consultants Award and National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship. Additionally, he is a member of Alpha Omega Nu honor society and Phi Kappa Theta fraternity.
Stoltz was working at the San Francisco FBI Office when black market dealer Sonny Burch approached him with a request to locate Scott Lang, Hope van Dyne, and Hank Pym for him. Stoltz agreed and informed Jimmy Woo about this lead.
Stoltz brings extensive college admissions experience, having served as associate director of admissions at the University of Nevada in Reno and working on high stakes class action and sophisticated civil matters at a national litigation firm in New York as an associate.
Adam graduated with honors from the University of Miami School of Law. Subsequently, he clerked for Honorable Judge Paul C. Huck in the U.S. District Court for Florida Southern District before joining Lash Goldberg’s Miami office and working on complex business, employment, and healthcare litigation cases as an associate.
His mother works in the fine arts department of Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Syosset, N.Y. His father works at cardiology consultants in Westchester County.
Adam Stoltz has amassed an estimated net worth of $5 Million thanks to his work in film, television and theater. Currently residing in New York with his wife and two children, Adam works as an associate attorney at Grant & Eisenhofer where his practice includes complex pharmaceutical and medical device litigation as well as environmental litigation – as well as serving as director on Quarterlife TV show as well as Grey’s Anatomy episodes he directed! CocoFinder provides full reports by entering both his name and state of residence allowing accessing phone numbers or addresses of other people sharing last name Stoltz as well.