Commissioner Adam Krupp
Adam J. Krupp was appointed commissioner of Indiana’s Department of Revenue by Governor Eric Holcomb in January 2017. Before joining the department, Krupp served as general counsel for Indiana’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles, where he played an integral role in the 2016 legislative overhaul of Indiana’s motor vehicle laws found in Title 9 of the Indiana Code. Additionally, Krupp served the citizens of Indiana as special counsel to former Governor Mike Pence, where he focused on agency compliance with Indiana’s Access to Public Records Act, and as deputy director and counsel for Indiana’s Division of Family Resources, where he oversaw litigation and played a key role in the modernization of Indiana’s Medicaid eligibility program. Krupp also clerked for the Honorable Paul D. Mathias of Indiana’s Court of Appeals.
Krupp has extensive experience as a litigator in the private sector, where he practiced law in New York with Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, LLP, after starting his career with White & Case, LLP. During his career in the private sector, Krupp represented clients in federal and state court actions in a broad range of complex commercial litigation matters, including securities, intellectual property, class action defense, antitrust, regulatory investigations, breach of contract, fraud, products liability, RICO, and white collar crime. He is licensed to practice law in Indiana, Georgia, New York, and Texas.
A native of Plymouth, Indiana, Krupp graduated from Plymouth High School before attending Purdue University, where he was Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in secondary education specializing in speech communications, theatre, and English. He taught high school before attending Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law. During the course of his career, Krupp taught courses in contract drafting and legal writing as an adjunct professor of law.
Outside his duties as commissioner, Krupp volunteers with Special Olympics Indiana and as a member of the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville. He and his family live in Zionsville.