Adam G. Rabinowitz concentrates in the areas of complex business litigation, real estate litigation, professional liability defense and general counsel services.
Rabinowitz represents small and large institutional clients in a variety of fields including differing types of healthcare organizations and construction related business entities. Representation of these different organizations involves general contract matters, real estate and construction related issues, intellectual property matters, employment disputes and general healthcare related issues.
In the construction and real estate arena, Rabinowitz has experience representing developers, contractors and design professionals.
In the healthcare field, Rabinowitz represents a multitude of organizations including nursing homes, home health agencies, physician practice groups, staffing companies and medical supply companies.
Rabinowitz is experienced in all phases of litigation, including strategic planning, discovery, settlement negotiation, trial and appeals.
He is an AV Preeminent® rated attorney by Martindale Hubbell, achieving the agency’s highest rating marks for both competency and ethics.
In 2011, Rabinowitz was selected to be among the top 40 professionals under age 40 in the tri-county South Florida area by the prestigious weekly business newspaper, the South Florida Business Journal.
Rabinowitz recently co-authored an article titled: “The Right to Recover “Fees for Fees” Based Upon a Contractual Prevailing Party Fee Provision” which was published in The Florida Bar Journal (April 2013).
Rabinowitz is active in various professional and community organizations. He is an elected member of the Board of Governors of The Florida Bar. He also served as a member of the Board of Governors, Young Lawyers Division, of The Florida Bar (2004-2009). Rabinowitz was previously appointed to a Florida Bar Grievance Committee (Chair 2010) which was responsible to examine and investigate alleged violations of Rules of Professional Conduct. He is also a former President of the B’nai B’rith Justice Unit. Finally, Rabinowitz is a member of the Jason Taylor Foundation, Reading Room Committee.