Practice Areas
Business Litigation
Public Policy

Practice Groups
Class Actions/Complex Litigation

Admitted Only In:
New York

Henry N. Adorno

Hank Adorno is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Adorno & Yoss, the largest certified minority-owned law firm in the country. He has practiced law for more than 30 years, primarily commercial litigation and governmental affairs. Mr. Adorno began his career with the Dade County Attorneys Office in the Major Crimes Division. He later served as Chief Assistant State Attorney. In 1986 he founded Adorno & Yoss with two other attorneys.

Mr. Adorno has represented major corporations and businesses and has presented cases on behalf of clients before many courts and governmental bodies. In addition to his professional responsibilities, he is also active in numerous civic and community organizations.

  • Commercial
  • Corporate
  • Governmental
  • International
  • J.D., with honors, University of Florida (1973)
  • B.A., University of Florida (1970)
  • Admitted to practice in: U.S. District Court, Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida; U.S. Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit; State of New York
  • Member, American Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, Dade County Bar Association
  • Speaker, “Diversity in the Legal Profession”, September 28, 2006, before the Law Firm Business Forum
  • Speaker, “Strategic Alliances”, May 18, 2006, before the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council’s “Spirit of Alliance” Convention
  • President, Inner-City Games
  • Chair, Our Kids, Inc.
  • Chair, Miami-Dade County Safe Neighborhood Parks Oversight Committee
  • Chair, Miami-Dade County Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond Issue
  • Chair, Super Bowl 33 Foundation
  • President, Super Bowl Host Committee
  • Member, Board of Directors, Fairchild Tropical Gardens
  • Member, Orange Bowl Committee
  • Member, Florida Sport Council
  • Member, Miami Business Forum
  • Board Member, Miami-Dade College Foundation

Article - October 15, 2008 -"Attorney's second deal on Design District property nets nearly $4.3 million for entrepreneur." - Daily Business Review
Article - October 20, 2008 - The National Law Journal, "Focusing on Increasing Supply (Improving Diversity)," by Henry N. Adorno & Francisco J. Gonzalez
Article - September 2008 - Diversity Interview with Boston Partner-in-Charge Ferdinand Alvaro, Jr., Color Magazine

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