Adam Weintraub

Adam Weintraub

Adam Weintraub is an experienced civil trial lawyer, having handled litigation matters across federal, state, and tribal courts. He has tried numerous cases – such as personal injury cases and insurance matters – as well as successfully mediating over 200.

He has long championed more meaningful campaign-finance laws and disclosure, believing these measures to be essential in keeping democracy strong.

Early Life and Education

Lawyer practicing in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Represents clients in personal injury and civil litigation cases.

Gottschling noted that Weintraub’s fearless research efforts helped define Fred Hutch’s Basic Sciences Division, according to Gottschling. He conducted experiments using yeast, worms, chickens, cells in petri dishes and normal and mutant mice – not being afraid of failure and encouraging others around him to take risks; Tapscott likened Weintraub to Picasso who created masterpieces from scraps others considered waste materials.

Groudine explained he accepted his post as Leader of the Basic Sciences Division because it seemed an appropriate way to honor Weintraub’s legacy both at the Hutch and throughout his life. To this end, Groudine has worked to establish an award named in Weintraub’s honor and hosted a memorial symposium honoring him in 2000.

Professional Career

Weintraub, an experienced litigator and mediator with an AV rating, represents clients in diverse business, civil, and domestic matters.

Weintraub attorneys possess extensive experience representing businesses from diverse industries such as manufacturing, real estate, agribusiness, renewable energy, banking and financial services, healthcare services, personal and professional services and technology. They help identify potential sources of litigation as well as take proactive measures to prevent it.

Tennis: He used protected ranking at 2019 French Open qualifying and lost in the first round against 19th seed Lukas Rosol, losing by one match against Israeli Davis Cup team captain Vasek Pospisil. Furthermore, he is a partner at Samara Vendrell Products LLC which operates within Wholesale industry.

Achievement and Honors

Adam Weintraub has received numerous honors during his career. In 2009 alone, he won three prestigious awards: IADR H. Trendley Dean Distinguished Scientist Award; Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors Norton Ross Award for Excellence in Clinical Research; as well as American Public Health Association John W. Knutson Distinguished Service Award in Dental Public Health.

Dr. Leu is also an author of numerous scientific journals. His research has led to the discovery of how genes turn on and off within certain cells; and has assisted with developing therapies for HIV patients.

He currently serves as Head Women’s Tennis Coach at Caltech and Engagement Coordinator for USTA Southern California. Additionally, he was previously Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach at University of California Irvine as well as an ITA Scholar Student-Athlete.

Personal Life

Weintraub learned hustle from his gem salesman father. While traveling across the country selling precious stones to jewelers, his father would feign an expertise in metalwork so as to increase demand.

Weintraub has long warned about the threat posed by corporate and dark money to our elections from foreign influences, often appearing on news programs and speaking on this topic at events worldwide.

Alicia and her husband enjoy living in Calabasas for its safe neighborhoods, exceptional schools and strong community. Together they love playing basketball together as avid fans of both basketball and music – Temple Israel being their house of faith – plus she’s involved with several charitable causes as part of her faith practice.

Net Worth

Weintraub reportedly has an estimated net worth of $325 Million and has worked with numerous renowned pop culture celebrities over time, such as Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Adam Levine and 50 Cent. Additionally, he serves as talent manager to several professional athletes.

As an accomplished developer, he has worked on projects ranging from luxury Westside residences and mall overhauls in Downtown LA to historic cathedral restoration. Furthermore, Tasty Brand – his own small business selling organic snack foods domestically and internationally via Whole Foods Markets, large supermarket chains and even Costco stores.

He re-upped with 3 Ball Entertainment, founded by Ross Weintraub and Todd Nelson, for two more years as CEO alongside his producing partner. 3 Ball has amassed an impressive portfolio of hit unscripted franchises such as Bar Rescue and For Love or Money.

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