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Adam J. Pie

Adam J. Pie

Senior Attorney

Adam Pié has wide-ranging practice which includes internal investigations, corporate compliance, and litigation, including matters involving ERISA, general corporate, property, and white collar litigation.

Adam has experience in corporate compliance covers multiple subject-matter reviews, including multiple ABAC investigations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, as well as reviews related to data privacy, SEC disclosures, product promotion and safety, and export controls. His experience includes both macro-level reviews of his clients' compliance structure, due diligence reviews of corporate acquisitions, and internal investigations in response to allegations or government inquiries including internal investigations in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Adam has helped his clients bolster, improve, and defend their compliance programs, including through evaluating and responding to government inquiries, conducting internal investigations, and advising on corporate compliance controls and remediation.

In litigation, Adam has experience in matters involving ERISA, adverse possession, tort, contract, insurance, general corporate, and white collar defense. Adam assists clients throughout the phases of litigation, including pre-trial discovery, deposition preparation, motions practice, trial advocacy, and post-trial review.

CourtsUnited States District Court for the District of MarylandUnited States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
  • J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School 2012
  • B.A., Lafayette College

Pro Bono

In 2017, Adam was nominated for DLA Piper's National Pro Bono Award in recognition of his pro bono work. This work includes his work with the Maryland Office of the Public Defender handling criminal appeals before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. He is also focused on issues related to immigration law. His work in this area included successful representation of a local community leader in securing a withholding of removal before the immigration court, research and advice on Freedom of Information Act requests concerning the nation's detention centers, and research and advising on how to challenge government findings against asylum and withholding of removal.


  • "The Monster Under the Bed: The Imaginary Circuit Split and the Nightmares Created in the Special Needs Doctrine’s Application to Child Abuse," 65 Vand. L. Rev. 563 (2012)




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