Eimer Stahl LLP
Eimer Stahl LLP
John Adams is a stakeholder at Eimer Stahl in the firm’s Chicago and Madison offices. He focuses his practice on appellate and complex litigation in a variety of areas, including antitrust, constitutional law, corporate law, federal jurisdiction, securities, and white collar. His experience reflects representing clients in a diverse range of industries such as energy, financial, healthcare, manufacturing, telecommunications, transportation, insurance, and academic. John also maintains an active pro bono practice. Most recently, The Legal Services Corporation appointed John to a national task force examining legal issues affecting our military and veterans.
Prior to joining Eimer Stahl, John worked as an associate in the appellate and white collar groups of an AmLaw 25 firm. He also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Amy Coney Barrett of the United States Courts of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Before his legal career, John, a decorated veteran, served as an infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps.
In 2020, John was recognized for his commercial litigation experience in Best Lawyer’s inaugural “Ones to Watch” ranking.
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Deep Dive Episode 175 – Big Tech and Antitrust
The Federalist Society’s Chicago Lawyers Chapter hosted a panel of antitrust experts to discuss the current debates over antitrust law and Big Tech.Listen to this podcast
Big Tech and Antitrust
The Federalist Society’s Chicago Lawyers Chapter hosted a panel of antitrust experts to discuss the current debates over antitrust and Big Tech.Watch this video