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Adam B. Korn


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Adam is an associate in the Mintz Litigation section. His practice encompasses a wide range of complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on consumer fraud, contract disputes, and product liability defense. He has experience drafting motions and pleadings for federal and state court cases, preparing and arguing discovery motions, and assisting with depositions.

Adam also maintains a robust pro bono practice assisting clients seeking Aslyum in the United States and their Board of Immigration Appeals.

Prior to joining Mintz, Adam was a Judicial Law Clerk to Hon. Steve Kim, at the United States District Court for the Central District of California. He was also a Litigation Associate with an international law firm in Boston from where he focused on securities enforcement proceedings in addition to complex commercial litigation.

While in law school, Adam was the Managing Editor of the Suffolk University Law Review, Captain of the Securities Law Moot Court Team, and was a Judicial Extern to the Hon. Donald L. Cabell, at the United States District for the District of Massachusetts.


  • Suffolk University Law School (JD, magna cum laude)
  • New York University (MA)
  • Boston University (BA, with distinction)

Recognition & Awards

  • Massachusetts Pro Bono Honor Roll (2015, 2016)
  • Rappaport Fellowship in Law and Public Policy
  • Suffolk Law Jurisprudence Award, Constitutional Law


  • Boston Network for International Development (BNID), Co-founder and Board Member
  • American Bar Association
  • UCLA Internal Medicine Book Club

Recent Insights

News & Press

News & Press

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Managing Member of Mintz’s Los Angeles Office Joshua Briones, Associates Crystal Lopez and Adam Korn, and client Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Hot Topic Kim Matthews co-authored an article published by Corporate Counsel that examined some of the challenges facing subscription-based companies during the pandemic, including regulation and litigation spurred by COVID-19, and offered tips on how to protect these businesses.