Adam J. Cohen practices in the area of complex commercial litigation including creditor’s rights, defamation, business evictions, consumer credit, and lien foreclosures. He also has considerable experience representing municipal and private communities throughout Connecticut. Adam organizes neighborhood districts, drafts ordinances and bylaws, enforces assessments and modernizes organic documents for municipalities, condominiums and residential associations across the state. He serves as general counsel for the Connecticut Tax Collectors’ Association and chairs the firm’s Municipal Law and Community Associations section. Adam often lectures officers and managers of towns, tax districts and condominiums on revenue collection strategies and other issues of interest to these communities. Adam is also the legal editor of Common Interest, the official magazine of the Connecticut chapter of the Community Associations Institute.
Adam’s published works include “Condo Law Revolution,” Common Interest Magazine; “How to Prepare a Powerful Memo,” (ABA) Student Lawyer Magazine; “Tax (Not Just Another) Collection: Special Considerations for Recovering Unpaid Municipal Taxes," Connecticut Lawyer; “Do-It-Yourself Government: Creating and Understanding Special Taxing Districts,” Connecticut Lawyer and Common Interest Magazine; “Keeping the Promise: Proposed Legislation to Establish Nontransferable Elections Systems in Jurisdictions Covered by Section Four of the Voting Rights Act,” St. Mary’s Law Journal; “Disregarding the Quarrel Heard,” Connecticut Lawyer; “The Open Door: Will the Right to Die Survive Washington v. Glucksberg and Vacco v. Quill?,” In the Public Interest; and numerous articles in bar journals, newsletters, and magazines.
He serves as co-chair of the firm's Recruiting Committee, director of its Summer Associate Program and coordinator of its pro bono outreach programs.