about adam myron, esq.


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A native Floridian, Adam grew up in Palm Beach County. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy, magna cum laude, from Emory University and a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University. After law school, Adam returned home to Palm Beach County, where he and his wife Stephanie are raising their two sons.

A trial attorney, Adam has been practicing law for nearly two decades, representing both individuals and companies in the areas of complex business and partnership litigation, professional malpractice liability, trust and estate litigation, defamation, non-competition law, employment litigation, personal injury, association law, and both commercial and residential real estate transactions. Adam is a problem solver for high-profile clients, having handled multimillion-dollar business and commercial disputes, including the defense of a professional liability matter in which the plaintiff sought more than a billion dollars in damages.

In addition to being a trial attorney, Adam focuses on alternative dispute resolution, serving as a neutral for individuals and businesses that desire to resolve their conflicts outside of court. Adam is certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Circuit Mediator, and he is a Qualified Florida Arbitrator.

Click here to email Adam, or you can call him at 561-421-2788.

key Legal Experience


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  • Achieved a significant victory defending two orthopedic implant sales representatives, who were sued by their former distributor to enjoin them from working for a new distributor based on claims that they violated the terms of certain non-compete agreements.  Ultimately, the plaintiff dismissed all claims with prejudice and released the clients from the obligations of their non-compete agreements six months prior to the expiration of the term.
  • Defended an international law firm from a legal malpractice claim brought by a formerly-reporting public company whose stock was delisted from a national exchange in the aftermath of accounting fraud at the company's foreign subsidiary.
  • Successfully resolved a contentious legal malpractice claim during the pre-suit stages, avoiding contentious litigation surrounding an international law firm's preparation of documents to effectuate a multimillion dollar land-banking transaction.
  • Successfully represented investors against two land development entities following their loss of a $1.25 million investment to develop property where the defendants failed to repay the investment plus a contractually promised preferred return; despite defendants assertion of a number of defenses, including an allegation that the two individual investors had not signed the final version of the investment agreement which forced a reformation action, and following extensive investigation and discovery, the trial court entered a final summary judgment in favor of the investors on all claims for the full sum sought $5.53 million against the defendants.
  • Successfully and cost-effectively aided in amicably resolving claims against an individual defendant who had been sued simply for receiving gifts that unbeknownst to them were allegedly purchased by a third party with funds derived from a multimillion dollar Ponzi scheme perpetrated against the plaintiff and other victims; negotiated a settlement that resolved the matter without the need for protracted litigation and required the plaintiff to pay a portion of the defendant's attorney fees.
  • Served and prevailed as lead trial counsel of a dispute between siblings over their deceased mother’s estate.
  • Served and prevailed as lead trial counsel in a contentious lawsuit on behalf of a marine lighting company against an individual who attempted to set up a competing company in violation of a noncompete agreement.
  • Successfully represented two sisters in guardianship litigation to aid them in reuniting with their incapacitated brother.
  • Successfully resolved a will contest on behalf of two siblings whose uncle, while suffering from dementia, had disinherited them.

licenses & Admissions


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  • Florida
  • Maryland
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Eleventh Circuit
  • U.S. District Courts - Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts Of Florida
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator
  • Florida Qualified Arbitrator

about adam myron, esq.


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A native Floridian, Adam grew up in Palm Beach County. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy, magna cum laude, from Emory University and a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University. After law school, Adam returned home to Palm Beach County, where he and his wife Stephanie are raising their two sons.

A trial attorney, Adam has been practicing law for nearly two decades, representing both individuals and companies in the areas of complex business and partnership litigation, professional malpractice liability, trust and estate litigation, defamation, non-competition law, employment litigation, personal injury, association law, and both commercial and residential real estate transactions. Adam is a problem solver for high-profile clients, having handled multimillion-dollar business and commercial disputes, including the defense of a professional liability matter in which the plaintiff sought more than a billion dollars in damages.

In addition to being a trial attorney, Adam focuses on alternative dispute resolution, serving as a neutral for individuals and businesses that desire to resolve their conflicts outside of court. Adam is certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Circuit Mediator, and he is a Qualified Florida Arbitrator.

Click here to email Adam, or you can call him at 561-421-2788.

key Legal Experience


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  • Achieved a significant victory defending two orthopedic implant sales representatives, who were sued by their former distributor to enjoin them from working for a new distributor based on claims that they violated the terms of certain non-compete agreements.  Ultimately, the plaintiff dismissed all claims with prejudice and released the clients from the obligations of their non-compete agreements six months prior to the expiration of the term.
  • Defended an international law firm from a legal malpractice claim brought by a formerly-reporting public company whose stock was delisted from a national exchange in the aftermath of accounting fraud at the company's foreign subsidiary.
  • Successfully resolved a contentious legal malpractice claim during the pre-suit stages, avoiding contentious litigation surrounding an international law firm's preparation of documents to effectuate a multimillion dollar land-banking transaction.
  • Successfully represented investors against two land development entities following their loss of a $1.25 million investment to develop property where the defendants failed to repay the investment plus a contractually promised preferred return; despite defendants assertion of a number of defenses, including an allegation that the two individual investors had not signed the final version of the investment agreement which forced a reformation action, and following extensive investigation and discovery, the trial court entered a final summary judgment in favor of the investors on all claims for the full sum sought $5.53 million against the defendants.
  • Successfully and cost-effectively aided in amicably resolving claims against an individual defendant who had been sued simply for receiving gifts that unbeknownst to them were allegedly purchased by a third party with funds derived from a multimillion dollar Ponzi scheme perpetrated against the plaintiff and other victims; negotiated a settlement that resolved the matter without the need for protracted litigation and required the plaintiff to pay a portion of the defendant's attorney fees.
  • Served and prevailed as lead trial counsel of a dispute between siblings over their deceased mother’s estate.
  • Served and prevailed as lead trial counsel in a contentious lawsuit on behalf of a marine lighting company against an individual who attempted to set up a competing company in violation of a noncompete agreement.
  • Successfully represented two sisters in guardianship litigation to aid them in reuniting with their incapacitated brother.
  • Successfully resolved a will contest on behalf of two siblings whose uncle, while suffering from dementia, had disinherited them.

Licenses & Admissions


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  • Florida
  • Maryland
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Eleventh Circuit
  • U.S. District Courts - Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts Of Florida
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Mediator
  • Florida Qualified Arbitrator

Contact Our Team


Whether you're simply interested in learning more about the legal process, or ready to proceed with your case, Cagnet Myron Law welcomes all correspondence.

We make every effort to respond to each message in a timely fashion. All inquiries will be responded to as quickly as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!

12300 South Shore Blvd., #202
Wellington, FL 33414
561-877-0230

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Contact Our Team


Whether you're simply interested in learning more about the legal process, or ready to proceed with your case, Cagnet Myron Law welcomes all correspondence.

We make every effort to respond to each message in a timely fashion. All inquiries will be responded to as quickly as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!

12300 South Shore Boulevard
Suite 202
Wellington, FL 33414
561-877-0230


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