Adam Zuckerman, Attorney at Law
Adam Zuckerman is a highly-acclaimed attorney practicing in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been honored with selection to Super Lawyers from 2014-2023.
He provides legal representation in many matters pertaining to Energy & Natural Resources as well as Business Litigation.
Early Life and Education
Adam Zuckerman is an intriguing individual with an impressive career spanning multiple fields – law, business, technology and the arts among them. An entrepreneurial attorney passionate about process improvement and performance enhancement. Today his professional focus lies in innovation for health care’s future.
He holds an impressive list of honors, awards and recognitions to his name. Additionally, Adam Grant is widely renowned for his achievements in philanthropy; his donations amounting to millions have helped to support various causes around the globe. Of particular note are contributions such as founding the Adam Grant Foundation that has given grants to over 2,500 charitable and educational organizations globally; more recently his latest endeavor – Adam Grant Health Technology Institute – has focused on furthering health technology advancement while simultaneously improving human wellbeing.
Adam Zuckerman has built an outstanding career as an entrepreneur. As owner of Upstate Shredding, which provides scrap metal services across the U.S., Adam is well renowned for his entrepreneurial acumen and success.
He is also an accomplished writer. He has written for various publications such as The Denver Post and ESPN.
His writing has been honored by the Associated Press, National Association of Sportswriters, and Society of Professional Journalists; receiving awards such as Rising Stars from both organizations as well as RTNDA’s Distinguished Writer Award from RTNDA.
Adam strongly believes technology is an invaluable asset to improving employee performance and satisfaction, but smart organizations must also put people and culture first. Adam shares his knowledge on creating an original voice for thought leadership while connecting it to business development efforts.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Zuckerman is an award-winning writer and producer known for creating several noteworthy projects. He served as original showrunner on Family Guy as well as being creative executive for Lorimar-Telepictures and NBC.
Seth has also served as editor on Rent: Filmed Live on Broadway (2008) and Fade to Black (2004), among many other productions. For his efforts he has received multiple honors and awards such as Woodrow Wilson Fellowships and Social Science Research Council Fellowships.
He has worked to increase access to education, health care and economic opportunity around the world through multi-country bike rides, marathons and climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro as well as building homes in rural Peru. Furthermore, he sits on the board of directors of a philanthropic organization that assists girls globally.
Adam Zuckerman is a business executive specializing in performance enhancement and transformation projects. Additionally, he has extensive experience negotiating complex multi-party contracts.
Latham & Watkins’ Bay Area office houses the Digital Assets & Web3 and Emerging Companies practices where he serves a range of crypto-related clients with general corporate issues, financings, token launches, DAO formation, product counselling as well as regulatory concerns.
He is also an active volunteer and activist, having scaled Mount Kilimanjaro, bicycled the “death road” in Bolivia, built homes in rural Peru and assembled bicycles for improving access to education, healthcare and economic opportunity in Zambia.
Zuckerberg no longer ranks among the world’s 100-billionaires, but still owns an estate worth $55.9 billion – down from his peak of $103 billion in 2014 but more than three Waltons or two Koch brothers combined.
Facebook was instrumental in propelling Zuckerberg to great wealth. It became the largest technology IPO ever and helped multiply his fortune exponentially.
Zuckerberg’s wealth stems not only from his tech company but also from real estate investments in Hawaii. He recently invested $100 million to purchase a 357-acre former sugarcane plantation on Kaua’i and plans on adding on.
He and his wife Priscilla Chan make donations to both children’s education and medical research, living a more subdued life than might be expected from such donors. Neither wear flashy clothing nor drive flashy vehicles; rather they keep to themselves and lead an understated existence.