Adam advises clients in their business, personal injury and employment-related litigation matters. Before founding The Moore Law Firm LLC, Adam spent over 14 years practicing law at one of the largest law firms in Kansas City and one of the top litigation firms in the nation. He chose to leave big law to start his own practice, delivering that same caliber of representation and legal solutions that are tailored to the specifics needs of the client – with an individualized, one-on-one approach.
He strives to gain an in-depth understanding of each client’s business and to solve complex problems before, during and after litigation. Adam has advised clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to small businesses and has successfully defended large-scale, high-stakes cases in federal and state courts around the country. Adam is well-versed in complex commercial litigation involving highly-regulated industries and has significant experience in multi-district litigation and litigating class actions, mass tort actions and consumer fraud/deceptive trade practices cases.
Adam is passionate about helping real people solve complex problems. He has been repeatedly recognized for his outstanding work and success on behalf of clients:
- Selected to the 2016 Missouri Super Lawyers list in the area of business litigation. Only five percent of all lawyers in the state were selected by Super Lawyers.
- Repeatedly honored by The Kansas City Business Journal as “Best of the Bar” in the areas of commercial litigation and products liability litigation.
- Recognized for winning the “Largest Defense Verdict” in Missouri in 2012 by Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly for obtaining a complete defense verdict in a $36.5 million occupational disease case.
- Selected as “Best for Food and Beverage Law in Missouri” by Corporate America Legal Elite in 2015.
- Named a “Rising Star” by Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers in 2009.
- Selected as an “Up and Coming Lawyer” by Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly in 2008.
Adam is also committed to giving back to the Kansas City community, particularly to organizations that provide support to children with disabilities and their families. Adam serves on the Board of Directors of the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI), where he has served as Board President and worked on various Board committees for over a decade. Adam supports CCVI’s mission of preparing children with visual impairments, including those with multiple disabilities, to reach their highest potential in the sighted world. Adam also serves as the President of the Board of Directors for the Children’s Center Campus, which is the home of three agencies that provide educational and therapeutic services to children with disabilities and their typically-developing peers.