Adam J. Eckstein is a litigator who has represented intellectual property owners in infringement actions; employers in enforcing non-competition agreements and other restrictive covenants; professionals defending negligence claims; and many other clients in commercial litigation matters. Mr. Eckstein has represented individuals, franchisors, small businesses, and national banks. His representative cases provide more information on his experience in several practice areas.
Mr. Eckstein is a board member of the Memphis/Midsouth Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and a former member of the Inn of Courts. He began his legal career clerking for Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Janice Holder, from 2009 through 2011. He has authored or co-authored Arbitration and the Courts: When Rule 31 and the Tennessee Uniform Arbitration Act Meet, which appeared in the Tennessee Bar Journal’s September 2012 issue; Alternatives to Arbitration: Reconsidering the Use of Arbitration Provisions in Contracts, which appeared in USLAW Magazine’s Fall/Winter 2013 issue; Beware the Boundaries of Bobtail Coverage: Insurance Coverage of Collisions Involving Tractors Without Trailers, which appeared in the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial Insurance Practice Section’s Commercial Transportation Litigation Committee Summer 2014 newsletter; and Recalculating the Risk of Intellectual Property Litigation, which appeared in USLAW Magazine’s Fall/Winter 2014 issue.
Mr. Eckstein joined Martin, Tate, Morrow & Marston, P.C. in 2011. He graduated cum laude from the University of Cincinnati, College of Law in 2008, where he served as Executive Editor for the University of Cincinnati Law Review. He also graduated with honors from Washington University in St. Louis in 2002, and from Christian Brothers High School in 1998.