Adam M. Kay
Throughout his legal studies, Mr. Kay served as a judicial intern at both the Oakland and Macomb County Circuit Courts in Michigan. During his time as a judicial intern, Mr. Kay was actively involved in researching and writing opinions for the judge in areas of law pertaining to automobile accidents, insurance law, head and spinal cord injuries, drugs, assault, battery, wrongful death, premises liability and truck accidents. While in law school, Mr. Kay served as a Team Leader and Senior Associate for the Journal of International Law. In 2011, Mr. Kay's article titled Boardroom Roulette - A Reflective Look at International Goals, Failures & Crises, and Remedies in the Field of Corporate Governance, 19 Mich. St. J. Int'l 449 (2011) was published in the Michigan State University College of Law's Journal of International Law.
Upon graduation, Mr. Kay worked for a Palm Beach County plaintiff firm handling accident claims. While there he engaged in settlement negotiations, mediations and attended EUOs. He later joined a boutique civil litigation firm in West Palm Beach where he worked on many civil litigation cases in both State and Federal court including insurance bad faith and breach of contract disputes.
A Michigan native, Mr. Kay and his wife, Amy, also a Michigan native, reside in Boynton Beach with their two sons, Charlie and Elijah.