Adam concentrates his practice on commercial litigation and construction law. He counsels owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, and other professionals in all phases of the construction process, including all manner of contract disputes.
Before practicing law, Adam practiced architecture for three years at a highly-regarded Washington, D.C. architecture firm, where he participated in designing office towers, multi-residential buildings, museums, and schools. His architecture experience gives him a unique understanding of the needs of his clients. Prior to joining the firm, Adam was an associate with an international Am Law 100 firm, where he gained commercial litigation experience in the areas of construction, insurance, and trade secret disputes.
Adam earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, where he was associate editor of Penn Law’s Journal of International Law. Adam earned his bachelor of science degree in architecture from the University of Virginia.