Adam Buck is a Certified Real Estate Specialist with nearly two decades of transactional and litigation experience in Arizona and Nevada. As a partner with Radix Law, Adam focuses on business law, real estate law, homeowners association (HOA) law, employment law, and commercial litigation. In his practice, he advises, negotiates and drafts documents for corporate transactions, real estate and commercial loans, commercial and residential real estate transactions, bankruptcy, commercial and resident leases, land development, partnerships, construction issues, loan workouts and restructuring and due diligence for real estate transactions. His HOA work includes providing general counsel to HOA and homeowner clients on collections, enforcement and litigation. Adam also provides mediation services for real estate matters, including those involving HOA disputes. He is the founder of Homeowner Legal Services, which offers quick and cost-effective mediation and arbitration services to homeowners and HOAs.
Adam is experienced in all phases of civil litigation and trial, including both federal and state court. As lead counsel, Adam has successfully litigated numerous jury trials, bench trials, arbitration and appeals. He has also represented clients in administrative hearings, including before the Registrar of Contractors and the Arizona Department of Real Estate. Adam is a former licensed realtor in Nevada and Utah, giving him practical experience in the real estate field.
As a specialist in real estate, Adam is a valued speaker throughout the Phoenix area on the topic of real estate law. His presentations have included issues such as dispute resolution for HOAs, the Fair Credit Reporting Act and short sales. He has also spoken to various groups on the subjects of dispute resolution, mediation and risk management. Adam writes articles on legal subjects for several publications and is also frequently interviewed for local news stories.
Adam graduated from the University Of Tulsa School Of Law in 2000, and received a Bachelor of Science in Conservation Biology from Brigham Young University in 1997. During law school, he was the articles editor for the Energy Law Journal. After graduation, he worked for a well-established law firm in Las Vegas, Nevada and as in-house counsel for a real estate development company. Most recently, he served as the managing partner of Buck Edmunds, PLC; an Arizona law firm with a focus on real estate law and litigation.
A native of the Southwest, Adam is married with three children. He volunteers with the Boy Scouts of America and in his spare time, he enjoys fly fishing.