Adam Pullano is a senior associate at Kibler Fowler & Cave LLP. Adam has extensive state and federal complex commercial litigation experience in a variety of areas, including securities, insurance coverage, false advertising, legal malpractice and healthcare litigation. He has run cases from start to finish, including through appeals, and has spent significant time in the courtroom (as a clerk and an advocate).
Prior to joining our firm, Adam worked at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP and Reed Smith LLP, in both New York and California. He also clerked at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, supporting multiple district judges in Los Angeles.
Adam received his JD from Fordham Law School, where he joined the Fordham Law Review and the Brendan Moore Trial Advocacy team. He also participated in the leadership of the school’s and regional Latin American Law Students’ Association. Before law school, Adam obtained his Bachelor of Science from Duke University in 2007 and subsequently worked at the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, contributing to several hearings and staff reports on wartime contracting oversight, tax haven banks, and Medicare fraud.
Adam is active in the Los Angeles legal community. He is on the Advisory Board of the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles and has represented Southern California veterans pro bono in seeking benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, for which he was awarded Public Counsel’s Pro Bono Award in 2015.