Adam Magid, Partner at Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft
Adam Magid is a partner at Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft and his practice consists of handling high-risk and complex commercial disputes in federal courts, such as securities litigation, class actions, mergers & acquisitions (M&A), breach of fiduciary duty claims and derivative claims.
He has represented both companies and individuals facing regulatory investigations by the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, or FINRA.
Early Life and Education
Magid has long been active in public service and community affairs, working to protect religious minorities worldwide. He has assisted with organizing Imam training workshops both domestically and internationally as well as research-driven preventative programs within religious paradigms.
At Savoy he continued producing music alongside Herman Lubinsky, turning the label into a powerhouse of rhythm & blues music in the 1940s with artists like Della Reese and Johnny Otis. Additionally he recruited talent, wrote songs, promoted records for Savoy.
Magid has also spoken out against populist politicians like Matteo Salvini and Nigel Farage, criticizing their rhetoric as an attack against Europe’s peace. Magid was elected Green Party Member of European Parliament for Yorkshire & Humber region in 2016. However, after Brexit took effect he chose not to continue serving in his role.
Adam Magid is a Partner in Cadwalader’s Global Litigation Group and handles high-risk and complex commercial litigation matters for corporate clients, directors, officers and individuals. His areas of practice include federal securities regulation; antitrust/trade regulation issues; business torts litigation; corporate governance disputes; shareholder derivative litigation as well as partnership or contract dispute litigation.
He is the host of HawkCast, the inaugural podcast for a professional sports team, and co-host of Filmspotting which was recently ranked by The New York Times as “#1 Podcast for Movie Buffs.” A dogged reporter and elegant writer alike, he can write both breaking news pieces and long form features – qualities Nora Magid prized in nonfiction writers.
She is an outgoing and ambitious reporter both on campus and around Philadelphia, combing through vast amounts of raw university and city data with ease and creating reports with fluid writing styles while having a deep knowledge of past and future media trends.
Achievement and Honors
Magid has twice won the renowned PEN/Nora Magid Award for Editing, awarded to magazine editors for achieving the highest literary standards and writing taste in their publications. He is also a member of Society of European Stage Authors and Composers as well as BMI. Additionally, he has managed and produced various artists such as T-Bone Walker, Marian McPartland, Little Esther, O.C Smith and Ralph Bass.
Magid currently serves as Imam at ADAMS Center in Sterling, Virginia and chairman of the International Interfaith Peace Corps. Additionally, he sits on the board for Muflehun (an organization dedicated to combatting violent extremist thought using research-driven preventative programs within a religious paradigm), as well as owning several businesses such as Haloben Bulb Company at 98 Pleasant Hill Ln Tamarac FL 33319 – according to public records.
Magid works tirelessly as the executive imam of the ADAMS Center in Northern Virginia to build bridges between diverse worlds and unite them under one umbrella. He travels worldwide promoting dialogue and human rights.
Magid has undertaken many public service projects that support women, such as his advocacy for their rights. He has worked to organize seminars and workshops for Imams both domestically and internationally; additionally he advocates for their health while discussing violence against them within Muslim communities.
Adam Magid was located in New York, Florida and eight other states. To quickly find information about age, current and past addresses, phone numbers, relatives and more select your ideal result from among 100+. Adam has been married twice and has two children.
Cadwalader’s Global Litigation Group. Magid has extensive experience representing financial institutions, hedge funds, corporations, directors and executives as well as high net-worth individuals in complex litigation matters relating to federal securities law violations such as breach of fiduciary duty allegations, corporate governance actions such as appraisal actions or shareholder derivative claims as well as RICO actions against employers as well as contract and business disputes.
Magid also serves as Imam for All Dulles Area Muslim Society Center in Sterling, Virginia as well as Chairman for International Interfaith Peace Corps. Additionally, he has led trainings and workshops on violence against women for imams and religious leaders domestically as well as internationally.
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