Adriel Garcia focuses his practice on general litigation matters, including securities enforcement and securities and business litigation. He assists in the representation of public companies, investment companies and advisers, broker-dealers and individuals in connection with examinations, investigations, and enforcement actions by federal and state regulators and industry self-regulatory organizations. His experience includes legal research and writing, factual analysis and document management.
Adriel is also a member of the firm’s E-Discovery Team, developing effective strategies for electronic document management and discovery that minimize business disruption and costs. His work includes the preservation, collection, analysis and production of electronically-stored information.
While attending law school, Adriel served as a staff member for the Temple Law Review. He participated on the National Trial Team, winning the Peter James Johnson ‘49 National Civil Rights Trial Competition in 2012. He also participated in Temple Law’s Integrated Trial Advocacy Program and was named “outstanding oral advocate.”
While at Temple Law School, Adriel was a clinical student with the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, where he interviewed witnesses, conducted examinations in preliminary hearings and municipal court trials, and argued motions in municipal court. He was also an intern with Temple University General Counsel and a summer associate at Stradley Ronon.