Adam Del Vecchio is a partner in the firm's Construction Litigation practice group.
Adam represents construction contractors, general contractors, subcontractors, building owners, and developers, in all stages of civil litigation, in cases involving alleged high-exposure construction accidents and defects, complex contractual and common law risk transfer, and insurance coverage disputes. Adam has significant experience litigating matters involving Labor Law, construction defect, personal injury, property damage, and declaratory judgments.
Adam is a seasoned litigator drawing from a depth of experience in civil litigation, including representing corporations, law firms, and individuals in direct and derivative shareholder actions, arbitration, partnership disputes, and judicial dissolution proceedings arising from alleged breaches of contract and fiduciary duties, and other business torts; medical and pharmaceutical malpractice; consumer debt, FDCPA, and RICO claims; and ‘SLAPP suits’ (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation). Notably, Adam successfully obtained discontinuance, without payment, of a breach of contract action against a prominent military contractor following the service of interrogatories tailored to support a summary judgment motion.
At Hofstra Law, Adam served as the Managing Editor of Articles for Vol. 40, of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Law Journal, was a Semifinalist in the Moot Court Board Upper-Level Competition, and trained in the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) Intensive Trial Techniques Program.