Adam Itzkowitz moved to the Tampa Bay area from New York to pursue one of his life goals, becoming a restaurateur. Since that time, he has owned, managed and operated multiple restaurants throughout Florida which led him to starting a restaurant management-consulting group.
Adam attended law school at Stetson University College of Law, where he graduated cum laude. Adam has interned for judges at the Sixth Judicial Circuit Family Division, as well as at the Sixth Judicial Circuit Criminal Division. Adam’s in-depth knowledge of the laws led him to a teaching assistant position for the Federal Rules of Evidence. Adam has also authored a chapter on the topic of Evidence Bias in a publication titled “Ethical Issues, Bias and Other Challenges in Forensic Evidence Management.”
Since he began practicing law, Adam has practiced in several disciplines of law, including business litigation, hospitality and tourism law, family law and personal injury law. Adam takes great pride in taking the life lessons he has learned in his many years in the hospitality sector and applying them to the way his firm treats their clients. Adam is regularly asked to speak on topics relating to hospitality law and is often a guest lecturer at American University Washington College of Law in Washington D.C. teaching hospitality and business law principles to the attendees.
Adam has a passion for involvement in the community. He gives back by hosting various organizations at his and his client’s restaurants. Adam was previously a board member of the Westchase Charitable Foundation and a Law and Science Fellow for the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law.
At home, Adam is happily married and a new father to his first child whom the couple welcomed in January 2020. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his friends and family, watching football, and playing golf.