Adam M. Foslid

Adam M. Foslid


Adam M. Foslid concentrates his practice on complex commercial, business, class action, and product liability litigation in federal and state courts throughout the United States and before domestic and international arbitration panels. Adam represents clients in a wide array of disputes involving commercial transactions, breaches of contract, business torts, fraud, deceptive and unfair trade practices, federal and state consumer protection statutes, including the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, fiduciary relationships, mergers and acquisitions, banking, insurance, partnerships, real estate deals, construction defects, corporate governance, medical devices, consumer and building products, and claims of serious personal injury and wrongful death.  Adam is also experienced representing public and private clients in internal investigations, regulatory and enforcement actions, and compliance reviews in connection with, among other things, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, initial public offerings, IT security issues, accounting and financial reporting issues, campaign contributions, allegations of public corruption, state and federal government contracts, construction defects, and allegations of mortgage and health care fraud.

Prior to joining Stumphauzer Foslid Sloman Ross & Kolaya, Adam was a Principal Shareholder at the international law firm of Greenberg Traurig where he chaired the fifty-member Miami Litigation Department, served as the Miami Co-Hiring Shareholder, and led the office's associate career development program. Adam is a Fellow of the American Bar Association and has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America, listed in The Legal 500 United States, named a Most Effective Lawyer for Class Action Litigation, and, prior to that, a “Rising Star” by Florida Super Lawyers, and “Legal Elite” by Florida Trend.

Adam serves as a Commissioner, appointed by former Governor Scott, on the nine-member Judicial Nominating Commission that selects judicial candidates for gubernatorial appointment to the Third District Court of Appeals. He was also appointed by Chief Judge Bertila Soto to serve on the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court Professionalism Panel that adjudicates professionalism complaints against attorneys practicing in Miami-Dade County.  Additionally, Adam serves on the Boards of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami, The First Tee of Miami Foundation, and The George Washington University Law School, and maintains an active pro bono practice. 



Complex Commercial and Business, Banking and Financial Services, and Shareholder Derivative, Securities, and Corporate Governance Litigation

Class Action, Mass Tort, and Product Liability Litigation

Real Estate and Construction Litigation

Internal Investigations, Regulatory and Enforcement Actions, and Compliance Reviews

Pro Bono

Clerkships and Internships

Recognition & Leadership

Awards & Accolades

Professional & Community Involvement


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