Adam Warden is involved in all of Saxena White’s practice areas, including shareholder derivative actions, securities fraud litigation, and merger and acquisition litigation. During his tenure at Saxena White, Mr. Warden has been a member of the teams securing significant recoveries, including Cumming v. Edens (derivative settlement of $53 million for claims challenging acquisition by senior living operator New Senior Investment Group, Inc., representing more than 10% of the company’s market capitalization), In re Wells Fargo & Company Shareholder Litigation (derivative settlement valued at $320 million, including $240 million in cash and corporate governance reforms), In re Jefferies Group, Inc. Shareholders Litigation (class action settlement of $70 million, one of the largest settlements in the history of the Delaware Court of Chancery), and In re Parametric Sound Corporation Shareholders’ Litigation ($9.65 million settlement, the second largest post-merger class action settlement in Nevada state history). Mr. Warden is currently part of the litigation teams prosecuting securities fraud class actions against Credit Suisse Group AG, Health Insurance Innovations, Inc. n/k/a Benefytt Technologies, and AmTrust Financial Services, Inc.
Mr. Warden has been recognized as a Super Lawyer “Rising Star” in 2018, a South Florida Legal Guide’s “Up and Comer” from 2018-2020, and a Palm Beach Illustrated “Top Lawyer” in 2020. Mr. Warden is also a member of Saxena White’s Diversity and Social Responsibility Committee.
Mr. Warden earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University in 2001 with a double major in Political Science and Psychology. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law in 2004. During law school, Mr. Warden served as the Articles Editor of the University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review.