Shareholder Adam Bult Offers Insight Into Issues Impacting the Las Vegas Community
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With a practice focusing on commercial and construction litigation, Adam represents clients ranging from subcontractors and suppliers to owners and public entities on everything from lien claims to hundred-million dollar construction disputes. Active in the Las Vegas community, he provided pro bono legal services to Golden Rainbow, serves on the Nevada State Bar's Advertising Advisory and Diversity Committees and is a Leadership Las Vegas class of 2010 graduate.

Why Brownstein?
The firm's ability to merge its world class legal services with a local firm feel. Clients have access to deep insight into local issues but can also tap into a national network if needed. As an attorney at the firm, you have every opportunity to obtain the best results for clients by utilizing this national network but you get to work in a smaller office environment that allows you to build relationships with your colleagues.

What are you currently working on?
Federal litigation involving the Regional Justice Center, Detention Center and Clark County's former construction manager.

What issue/trend are you currently paying attention to?
The influx of businesses and development to the Las Vegas downtown area. With Zappos' lease of the old City Hall Building and the opening of the Smith Center, we are seeing a reinvigoration of downtown. Hopefully, this leads to more businesses and residents choosing to live and work downtown.

What issue/trend is on the horizon that the firm's clients and prospects should be paying attention to?
The comeback of Las Vegas and Nevada. With its lack of state income taxes, commitment to renewable energy and focus on improving infrastructure throughout the state, our city and state are poised for a tremendous revival in coming years.

What is one piece of advice that you would give to other associates on the shareholder track?
Many firms say they want well-rounded attorneys, but they don't mean it. Brownstein isn't one of those firms. The firm truly wants well-rounded attorneys that are as committed to its clients as they are to the communities in which they live and work. Learn to balance those two demands.

What keeps you busy outside of work?
My family and trying to break 120 on the golf course.