Adam M. Vernick focuses his practice on general corporate matters and transactions. He assists clients in drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements, with a particular emphasis on vendor service agreements and minimizing the third-party risk associated with those transactions.
He assists clients in both the procurement and provision of IT services, including cloud-based platforms and software and infrastructure as a service models. His experience in this space spans short-term subscription or project-based engagements to large scale, deeply integrated outsourcing partnerships.
He also supports corporate clients through all phases of merger and acquisition transactions, including federal antitrust filings when necessary and provides general business and corporate governance services to clients.
He counsels clients on entity formation, securing early stage investments and traditional financing, corporate structuring and equity transfers. Adam views his clients’ success as his own success and dedicates himself to achieving his clients’ long and short term goals.
As a former corporate counsel fellow at The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G), he brings a refined perspective to corporate issues. There, he served as a member of the legal department’s Global Privacy and Digital Law team and Transactions team.
In the former role, Adam provided legal counsel to P&G brands and business functions on a variety of eCommerce initiatives as well as employee-side and consumer-side data privacy issues.
As a member of the Transactions team, he worked on complex purchase and service contracts and license agreements. Adam draws on his in-house background to help clients make practical decisions, balancing legal risks with operational realities and commercial opportunities.
- The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (J.D., 2013)
- Boston University (B.A., 2007)
Bar Admissions : Ohio
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