How to enforce a New York judgment in England in the digital age – Adam Erusalimsky writes for the International Law Practicum of the New York State Bar Association
21 February 2019
Adam has expertise in securities litigation, derivative actions, contentious insolvency, claims for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty, civil fraud, asset tracing, freezing injunctions and applications for Norwich Pharmacal relief (including as sole advocate).
On an urgent without notice application, the judge noted that Adam’s arguments as sole advocate for the applicants were “ably advanced”.
Key cases include:
After reading a BSc in Mathematics at Imperial College and taking a Masters degree in Management, Economics & International Relations at the University of St Andrews, Adam attended law school at BPP and then trained at Herbert Smith LLP.
Adam qualified as a solicitor in April 2010 and as a solicitor advocate (with rights of audience in all civil courts in England & Wales) in March 2014.
He is a member of the Association of Argentinean Professionals in the UK and an associate of the Royal College of Science.
Articles written by Adam include:
Adam enjoys languages, skiing, photography and food.