Adam Milasincic is a trial and appellate lawyer whose focus is complex commercial litigation. Before joining AZA, Mr. Milasincic was a litigator at Baker Botts LLP, where he represented plaintiffs and defendants in lawsuits involving securities regulations, fiduciary duties, partnership disputes, environmental liabilities, pipeline development in Texas’s Eagle Ford Shale play, and various business torts. He also defended personal-injury cases for a major insurer.
The day after Mr. Milasincic learned that he passed the Texas bar, Texas Supreme Court Justice Dale Wainwright called to congratulate him because he earned the highest score on the July 2011 bar examination. Because of this accomplishment, Mr. Milasincic was twice featured in the Texas Lawyer.
He received his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he served as a Virginia Law Review articles editor and earned the Carl M. Franklin Award, which goes to the student with the highest first-year grade point average. During law school, Mr. Milasincic interned for Judge Lynn N. Hughes of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, and, as a member of the law school’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, contributed to the winning briefs in Borough of Duryea v. Guarnieri, 131 S.Ct. 2488 (2011) and Nevada Commission on Ethics v. Carrigan, 131 S.Ct. 1899 (2011).
Prior to law school, Mr. Milasincic served as the communications director to the Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh and as the chief of staff and campaign manager for a Pennsylvania legislator. While earning his journalism degree from Kent State University, he also worked briefly as a newspaper reporter.
REPRESENTATIVE RESULTS FOR 2012 INCLUDE:
- Wrote motions and briefs that resulted in dismissal of a widely publicized suit filed against a pension fund by six fund members and the plan sponsor
- Helped royalty owner win $1.2 million settlement in pooling dispute with operator.
- Represented landowner in trespass dispute with pipeline developer, resulting in highly favorable terms for new easement.
- Assisted in winning pre-discovery dismissal of proxy disclosure claims against Fortune 500 retailer.
- “Limitless Opportunities,” Texas Bar Journal, January 2012
- “Disorder Certifying a Class: Misinterpretations of Rule 23(c)(1)(B) and a Proposed Alternative,” 97 Virginia Law Review 979, June 2011
- J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 2011
- Order of the Coif
- Articles Editor, Virginia Law Review
- Earle K. Shawe Labor Relations Award
- Supreme Court Litigation Clinic
- B.S., journalism, Kent State University, 2006
- Kappa Tau Alpha
- State Bar of Texas
- United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
- United States District Courts for the Southern, Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas
- Houston Bar Association, Elder Law Committee
- Houston Young Lawyers Association
- State Bar of Texas Appellate Section
- The Appellate Advocate, Editorial Board Member
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