Adam Pines Joins Glaser Weil as a Probate Litigation Partner

Glaser Weil is pleased to announce the addition of Partner Adam Pines. Mr. Pines has more than 20 years of experience in probate, entertainment and real estate litigation representing a wide range of prominent individuals and major corporations in high-stakes litigation. 

“Adam will be an excellent asset to both our Litigation and Trusts & Estates groups,” said Patricia Glaser, Partner and Chair of the Litigation Department.  “His legal achievements add depth to Glaser Weil’s already strong practices and bolster our firm’s dedication to providing top-tier service to our clients.”

Mr. Pines’s probate litigation experience involves representing trustees and beneficiaries in cases involving allegations that trustees breached their fiduciary duties; the enforcement, modification and nullification of wills and trusts; and claims of undue influence and elder abuse.  His business and entertainment litigation experience includes defending against actions brought by the Federal Trade Commission and numerous class actions, as well as an array of suits involving allegations of breach of commercial and real estate contracts, trade secrets, fraud and various business torts.

Mr. Pines received his B.S. from the University of Pennsylvania and earned his J.D. from the New York University School of Law.  Previously a Partner with Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP, he was named as a Rising Star (2004-2008) and a Super Lawyer (2012-2016) by Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine.  He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America (2014-2017).

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