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This profile was last updated on 11/21/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Mr. Adam M. Slater

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Employment History


  • J.D.
    Boston University
  • B.A.
    Tulane University
  • J.D.
    Boston University School of Law
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Web References
Certified Civil Trial Attorney in NJ Adam M. Slater, Esq. - Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman, 21 Sept 2015 [cached]
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Adam Slater is a highly regarded New Jersey trial lawyer and a partner in Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman, LLC, specializing in complex civil litigation cases, including professional malpractice, personal injury, class actions, mass torts, wrongful death, products liability, construction accidents, and commercial litigation. Mr. Slater has established a reputation as a hard nosed, creative courtroom lawyer who welcomes challenges and opportunities to fight for the rights of his clients. Mr. Slater has won numerous substantial verdicts in court, and obtained many substantial settlements for his clients.
Mr. Slater has taken a leadership role in large complex litigations, including his appointment as plaintiffs' co-lead counsel for the Benicar (Olmesartan) federal MDL in the District of New Jersey, as co-class counsel in a class action against Volkswagen and Audi, and as plaintiffs co-liaison counsel in consolidated litigation involving thousands of pelvic mesh cases filed against Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Ethicon, Inc. In February, 2013 Mr. Slater was lead trial counsel in the first pelvic mesh trial against Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon, resulting in a compensatory and punitive damages verdict of $11.1 million. Click here to learn more about the Pelvic Mesh Litigation.
Mr. Slater is routinely consulted by the media regarding complex litigation issues.
Mr. Slater has established an international presence in the battle against pelvic mesh. On February 24, 2015 Mr. Slater testified before the Scottish Parliament in support of a petition to ban pelvic mesh devices in Scotland. He informed the Parliament of the horrible complications caused by the devices, deceptive marketing, manipulation of medical societies and medical journals, and the destruction by Johnson & Johnson of tens of thousands of relevant documents, among other topics during his testimony. Click here to read article. Mr. Slater has also been interviewed by RADAR TV in the Netherlands, and other international news outlets.
Mr. Slater has been designated by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, a status earned by less than 2% of the attorneys in New Jersey.
Mr. Slater is also recognized as a Super Lawyer, and is listed in the Best Lawyers in America. He also lectures on trial practice for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education and the American Association for Justice.
Mr. Slater's educational background: Tulane University, B.A., 1989; Boston University, J.D., 1993, Paul J. Liacos Scholar, Edward F. Hennessey Scholar.
Mr. Slater is admitted in the following jurisdictions: New Jersey, District of New Jersey, Third Circuit Court of Appeals, New York, District of Columbia, Colorado and has tried cases in numerous states.
Mr. Slater is a member of the following organizations: New Jersey State Bar Association, Essex County Bar Association, American Association for Justice.
Adam Slater Supports Anti-Mesh Campaign in Scotland
Adam Slater is lead trial counsel for first pelvic mesh trial against Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon, resulting in $11.1 million verdict with punitive damages.
Adam Slater wins landmark decision in the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Adam Slater quoted by The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, and ABC News with regard to transvaginal mesh and the FDA.
Adam Slater wins appeal, $2.1 million jury verdict upheld for woman with Pelvic Floor Injuries.
April, 2011-2015, Adam Slater speaks at AAJ Mass Torts Seminar with regard to Transvaginal Mesh Litigation and the learned intermediary doctrine.
$80 Million Class Action Settlement Against Volkswagen and Audi
Adam Slater moderates March 22, 2010 ICLE Seminar on "Trying Cases: Proven Tactics & New Strategies for Success."
Judge Blocks Discovery of Internet Communications by Plaintiff.
New Jersey Clinic Is Closed, a Month After a Woman Who Had an Abortion There Fell Ill.
Examples of Mr. Slater's Verdicts/Settlements:
$11.1 million jury verdict in first pelvic mesh trial against Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon.
Mr. Slater has obtained numerous other verdicts and settlements for his clients.
News - Personal Injury Blog - Page 9, 31 Jan 2014 [cached]
"This verdict establishes that Johnson & Johnson and Ethicon failed to tell physicians and women the truth about the catastrophic complications that can result from the Prolift," Gross attorney Adam Slater said in an interview.
Slater argued to jurors that company documents and e-mails showed Ethicon knew the mesh would cause pain and harm women.
Slater claimed that Gross's chronic pain and other health problems were risks Ethicon knew about before first selling Prolift in March 2005.
Slater said Ethicon knew the device caused pain and often became exposed through the vaginal skin. He said it hardened in women's bodies and was difficult for surgeons to remove.
Doctor's helper brings trouble, 7 Jan 2002 [cached]
"It's outrageous," said Adam Slater, a lawyer with Nagel, Rice, Dreifuss & Mazie."We're getting call after call from people who are outraged.Not only were they misled, but it's unlawful for someone to practice medicine without a license."
"This idea that he could act as a technician violates not only the conditions of the order, but it violates the entire spirit of the order," Slater said.
Slater, however, says the revocation order bars Kellogg from working with a licensed doctor.One line in an addendum to the order states that he may "not occupy, share or use office space in which another licensee practices a licensed healthcare profession," he noted.
"This guy should not have been working in a doctor's office," Slater said."That's our reading of the order."
Settlement negotiations surrounding the lawsuits created more problems than they solved, leading instead to Dello Russo's filing the defamation suit.He is also alleging extortion, saying that Mazie's partner, Bruce Nagel, threatened to go to the media if the doctor didn't pay a $3 million settlement.
North Jersey Media Group, 29 Mar 2003 [cached]
"There's no reason why doctors should have special protection," said Adam Slater, an attorney with Nagel Rice Dreifuss & Mazie, a Livingston firm that has nine lawsuits pending against Dello Russo, including the case in question."Especially in this climate, when medical services are being sold like mortgages and cars."
Doctors, lawyers, and other professionals have not been subject to the Consumer Fraud Act in large part because they are already policed by state boards and other regulatory bodies.
Slater, the plaintiffs' attorney, said the decision is "very, very important" because consumer-fraud cases have a lower standard of proof than malpractice cases and can produce significant payouts.The defendant who loses a consumer-fraud action must pay the winner's legal fees, which could amount to an additional $300,000 in a case with a $1 million verdict.
The case seeks class-action status, which Slater said could bring in several thousand patients who received care from Kellogg.He said the consumer-fraud ruling will make it much easier to get a class-action designation.
The plaintiffs hope to get their money back for the laser eye surgery - about $5,000, Slater said.If they win under the Consumer Fraud Act, they would receive triple damages, or $15,000.
Nagel Rice & Mazie, 22 Nov 2002 [cached]
The suit, filed by partner Bruce Nagel and associate Adam Slater with Nagel Rice & Mazie, charged that the surgeon put too much pressure on the spinal cord.
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