Adam J. Hiller is senior counsel in the Gordon & Rees Nashville office, focusing his practice on Professional Liability, Commercial Litigation and Construction Litigation. As an experienced litigator in federal and state courts, Mr. Hiller defends a broad array of private and public sector clients, including:
- general contractors and construction managers
- environmental consultants
- commercial property owners
- property restoration service providers
- fitness facilities
Mr. Hiller has successfully defended his clients against a wide range of claims, such as malpractice, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and fraud. He has successfully resolved matters for his clients at the incipient stages of litigation as well as through dispositive motion practice and mediations.
Mr. Hiller values building intimate client relationships through effective communication and close attention to detail. He strives to be inventive and to bring efficient and cost effective methodologies to all aspects of legal representation. Mr. Hiller’s ultimate goal is to assuage his clients’ concerns, instill confidence and leave them with a sense of relief after every interaction.
Prior to joining Gordon & Rees, Mr. Hiller worked at a national defense litigation law firm with a focus on construction litigation. He represented general contractors, construction managers and property owners in lawsuits brought in state court and handled all aspects of client interaction and case management from inception through resolution. He was involved in several mass tort actions, including In Re: Steam Pipe Explosion at 41st Street and Lexington Avenue and In Re: Gas Explosion Litigation 1644 and 1646 Park Avenue.
While in law school, Mr. Hiller cultivated his litigation skills through oral advocacy and legal writing. During his third year of law school, he was a member of a three-person moot court team that advanced to the Brooklyn regional finals of the American Bar Association National Appellate Advocacy Competition. Also during Mr. Hiller’s third year, his student note was published in the law school’s Labor and Employment Law Journal.
U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York