18 Facts About Adam Streisand


Adam Streisand graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, with a BA in history.


On behalf of his clients, Beastie Boys and Capitol Records, Streisand won the first digital sampling case in the US Courts of Appeals, Newton v Diamond, et al.


Adam Streisand won a palimony case for comedian Bill Maher brought by former girlfriend, Coco Johnson.


Adam Streisand achieved a significant settlement against Faye Dunaway, Terrence McNally and others over the film rights to the stage play Master Class for producer Lester Persky.


Adam Streisand successfully defended Diana Ross in a copyright infringement action by photographer Art Shay.


Adam Streisand successfully litigated a copyright infringement action for BMG Music Publishing against Melissa Etheridge.


Adam Streisand represented Quincy Jones, the key witness in the defamation trial by Steve Wynn against "Girls Gone Wild" creator Joe Francis, in which the jury returned a $40 million verdict.


Adam Streisand obtained an injunction for Jacques Cousteau against the use of the Cousteau name in connection with a Fiji resort against Jean-Michel Cousteau and others.


Adam Streisand transitioned from entertainment litigation to trust and estate litigation, becoming well known for success in celebrity estate cases.


Adam Streisand has been recognized for achievements in traditional or non-celebrity estate cases.


Adam Streisand has been widely acknowledged as a leading American trial attorney, particularly in the field of trust and estate litigation.


Adam Streisand is noted as one of the best trial attorneys in the country and for his strategic vision.


Adam Streisand is well known as the architect of the strategy to rely on an arcane provision of the California probate code, section 1310b, and resulting trial victory for Steve Ballmer resulting in his $2 billion purchase of the Los Angeles Clippers.


Adam Streisand is married to writer, director and producer Sofia Streisand, and they have one son, Pierre Streisand.


Adam Streisand has two daughters from a previous marriage to journalist Betsy Streisand, attorney Lena Streisand and documentary filmmaker Olivia Streisand.


Adam Streisand has camped near the North Pole, trekked 19,000 feet in the Himalayas and crossed the Pyrenees from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean on his bike.


Adam Streisand has appeared as himself in Framing Britney Spears, The New York Times Presents, in the Netflix documentary, Britney vs Spears, and in guest appearances on Cuomo Prime Time, CNN Newsroom with Pamela Brown, America's Newsroom with Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino, and Your World with Neil Cavuto.


Adam Streisand is featured in the December 2022 Discovery+ docuseries Jamie Vs Britney: The Father Daughter Trials.