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Adams and Reese is pleased to announce the addition of Adam V. Griffin as an associate in the firm’s Jackson office. Licensed to practice law in both Mississippi and Alabama, Griffin will be a member of Adams and Reese litigation practice group.

Griffin joins the firm following a stint as an associate at a large Mississippi-based firm. His practice is focused primarily on civil litigation, including large and complex litigation as well as work in secured transactions, construction and risk management services.

His representative experience includes obtaining dismissal of claims pertaining to misappropriation of a negotiable instrument under UCC Article 3 and successfully negotiating construction lien issues for project owners, and the resolution of accompanying retail lease disputes.

Griffin also has successfully defended a transportation leasing company based on the Graves Amendment and the absence of a causal connection to the accident, a seller in a UCC Article 2 sale of goods case based on the absence of an effective revocation of the goods as required by the UCC, and a premises owner in a premises liability matter where the plaintiff failed to provide sufficient proof of negligence on the part of the premises owner, in each case obtaining summary judgement prior to trial.

A 2007 graduate of Mississippi State University with a bachelor’s degree in business information systems, Griffin completed his J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2010. He is a member of the Mississippi State Bar, Alabama State Bar, Defense Research Institute, Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association and Jackson Young Lawyers.