Adam is a tenacious advocate with experience assisting clients with a range of different disputes.
Adam is developing a diverse trial practice. His experience includes working with clients on a variety of different matters, including commercial disputes, representing amateur and professional athletes, class actions, and privacy issues. Adam also regularly represents clients who have suffered medical negligence.
As lead researcher with the Samuelson-Glushko Centre for Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) from 2016-2018, Adam assisted counsel with oral and written submissions for six interventions at the Supreme Court of Canada, including: Google v Equustek, AstraZeneca v Apotex, Haaretz.com v Mitchell Goldhar, R v Jarvis, BC v Philip Morris, and Rogers v Voltage.
Adam is also active outside the office. He enjoys triathlon and motorsport, and trained with the University of Toronto's Varsity Track Team.
Adam has demonstrated success with oral and written advocacy. He was a member of two winning moot teams, including the 2017 Harold G. Fox IP Moot Competition, and the 2016 Nelligan O'Brien Payne Moot Competition, where he was also nominated for best factum.
Adam has co-authored articles on internet jurisdiction and intellectual property law. His contributions have been published in Harvard Business Review and Business Horizons.
The Advocates' Society
The Sports Lawyers Association
Toronto Lawyers’ Association
Ontario Bar Association
2012, Honours B.A. with Distinction, University of Toronto
2018, J.D. with Technology Law Option, University of Ottawa