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Adam Hubbi


Adam advises clients on a range of transactional, regulatory and operational matters, including structuring and operating private investment funds and complying with federal and state securities laws. In particular, he focuses on forming and launching domestic and offshore digital asset hedge funds.

Prior to joining CLG, Adam worked in the bank regulatory field. He advised clients ranging from fintech startups to multinational banks on their new product offerings and ongoing regulatory compliance.

Adam received his J.D. from the George Washington University Law School, where he served as a Staff Editor for the American Intellectual Property Law Association Journal and the Senior Online Editor for the Business and Finance Law Review. He is admitted to practice in New York and the District of Columbia.


A transactional attorney must go beyond simply providing legal advice that meets their clients’ present goals but must also provide business-oriented and practical advice to ensure the client is prepared for the future. I approach every client’s needs with an eye toward the end goal by ensuring I have a complete understanding of their overall business objectives and a plan to help them reach those objectives in an ever-changing marketplace.