Adam S. Mogill

426 W. Lancaster Avenue, Suite 200
Devon, PA 19333

Office: (267) 930-4794


American University Washington College of Law
Juris Doctor, cum laude

Pennsylvania State University
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science & Sociology


  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Practice Areas

Professional Memberships

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA)
  • Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel (PADC)
  • Philadelphia Bar Association

Adam Mogill is an Associate at Mullen Coughlin and practices in the Incident Response practice group. His practice focuses on responding to, and investigating, data privacy and security incidents on behalf of organizations of all sizes and across all industry sectors. After an incident, real or suspected, has occurred, Adam works closely with the victim organization and other third-party stakeholders and partners to quickly contain the incident. He then counsels the organization on their legal duties stemming from the incident as it relates to state, federal, international, industry laws and regulations and contractual responsibilities.

Adam also represents organizations in formal regulatory investigations stemming from data privacy and security incidenta.

Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Adam was an associate trial lawyer at a Philadelphia-based full-service law firm. There, he focused his practice on defending organizations in general litigation matters, including products liability, premises liability and sports & events liability. He also served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Michael E. Erdos in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Outside of his practice, Adam is a passionate Philadelphia sports fan. Using his strong litigation background, he also volunteers his time by judging law school mock trial events.

Adam graduated from American University Washington College of Law cum laude. There he was a staff member of the Administrative Law Review and was the Vice-President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society.


  • Second-chaired a two-week federal jury trial involving complex state and federal law relating to a natural gas pipeline