Adam T. Tamzoke joined the firm’s Business Transactions Practice Group in 2019 as an Associate and focuses his practice in the areas of corporate transactional law and public finance.
Corporate Transactions & Governance
As a member of the Business Transactions Practice Group, Adam represents corporate clients and private equity funds in a wide range of corporate, strategic, financial and commercial transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, venture capital financings, leveraged buyouts, joint ventures, equity and debt financings, and start-up, emerging and fast growth company transactions. He also counsels clients on general corporate matters, including entity formation, corporate governance, restructuring, contract negotiation, and general commercial matters.
Adam assists municipalities and government agencies as bond counsel in tax-exempt and taxable public finance transactions, including the issuance of general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, special obligation bonds, lease revenue bonds and obligations, direct purchases, pooled financings, and current/advance refunding deals relating to capital, working capital, school, public housing, infrastructure, utility, and redevelopment bonds and notes, on both a competitive and negotiated basis. His experience includes structuring, negotiating, managing and documenting complex transactions. Adam is also highly active in the public finance community, having served on various committees with the National Association of Bond Lawyers and as founding chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association Public Finance Law Committee
Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Adam was an associate at a leading New Jersey law firm, where he focused on public finance transactions. He previously clerked for the Honorable Ann G. McCormick at the New Jersey Superior Court, Chancery Division, where he advised the judge on a variety of commercial litigation matters. During his graduate studies, he was awarded the Frederic L. Ballard, Jr. Memorial Scholarship by the National Association of Bond Lawyers and has held internship positions at the New Jersey Attorney General's Office, where he was assigned to the Treasury section and worked on public finance and tax matters, the New Jersey Governor's Office, and the New Jersey Healthcare Facilities Finance Authority.