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Adam Duggan, Esq.

Legal Blog Writer

Adam Duggan, Esq., Legal Blog Writer

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Adam is an Attorney Editor for Thomson Reuters, a writer for, and a veteran litigator. He enjoys writing on consumer protection and breaking law matters and takes great pride in explaining complex legal topics to anyone interested in the law.

In addition to his work with Thomson Reuters and the team, Adam has litigated mass torts, white-collar criminal defense matters, and other commercial cases in state and appellate courts across the country. 

Adam graduated magna cum laude from the University of Tennessee College of Law. He received his undergraduate degree from Maryville College, majoring in history and graduating summa cum laude.



Latest Articles

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    An old attorney adage: if you have the facts on your side, pound the facts; if you have the law on your side, pound the law; if you have neither the facts nor the law, pound the table. But one New York personal injury attorney is charting a fourth course:…

  • Skies Darken for the EPA's Authority

    Is the current U.S. Supreme Court anti-environment, pro-business, anti-regulatory state, or something else entirely? In the past year, the highest court in the land has issued two different opinions restricting the powers of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Last month, in Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency, all nine Justices ruled…

  • Could Biden Use the Fourteenth Amendment to Solve the Debt Ceiling?

    You wouldn't be alone if you thought the U.S. Congress was stuck in the past. It may be 2023, but our nation's legislature still cannot agree to a long-term solution to the perennial debt ceiling problem. And while 2023 may result in another short-term fix, legal commentators are suggesting a…

  • Border Crossings Skyrocket as Title 42 Expires

    March 2020 was a wild and fraught time. Americans were just beginning to learn about the seriousness of COVID-19. On May 11, 2020, that learning curve was kicked into high gear when Tom Hanks announced that he had contracted the disease and the NBA indefinitely suspended its season following Utah Jazz center,…

  • Proud Boys Found Guilty of Seditious Conspiracy

    You remember the Proud Boys—the right-wing extremist group that our federal government has been prosecuting since their involvement in the January 6 Capitol attack, alongside the Oath Keepers. Over a year ago, the Department of Justice brought federal charges against several members of the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers for…

  • Social Media Shopping Scams Plague Young Adults

    You'd think that with young adults using so much social media, they'd be pretty Tweet-smart by now. After all, even Millennials have been lauded for shaking things up in the workforce with their tech savvy. But America's youth are falling for social media shopping scams at an alarming pace. Just…

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