Adam S. Mocciolo
Pullman & Comley LLC
Adam S. Mocciolo is partner in a Connecticut office of Pullman & Comley, LLC, where he focuses his practice on commercial litigation and investigations, including:
- Financial fraud and asset recovery
- Internal corporate misconduct
Among his engagements receiving national press attention are representation of a bank defendant in a $7-billion antitrust case involving merchant acceptance of Visa and Mastercard payments in the United States; a fraudulent transfer claim litigated across four jurisdictions in the U.S. and the Caribbean in which his creditor client sought to claw back ten-figure charitable donations by a debtor to a university; and a year-long investigation into the organizational response to sexual abuse in a Roman Catholic diocese, in which he and his colleagues evaluated the managerial tenures of several prominent cardinals.
Adam holds law and public policy degrees from the University of Connecticut, Harvard University, the University of Mannheim, Germany, and the University of Adelaide, Australia. Prior to entering the practice of law, he served on the professional staff of a United States senator.