Since 2001 Adam has been advising and assisting clients on all forms of litigation and dispute resolution. Adam believes in a cooperative approach wherein clients and their lawyers work as a team. This collaboration ensures that clients are guided through the legal process and kept informed at each stage. This method also helps ensure that matters are conducted in a commercially viable and cost effective manner.

Redress through the court system can be costly. Adam sees that this is not always the best method for clients. Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR, is an umbrella term for processes in which an impartial person assists those in a dispute to resolve the issues between them. The main types of ADR are mediation, arbitration and conciliation.

Adam also practises in the areas of commercial litigation (disputes with other businesses or individuals) and personal litigation (debt recovery and compensation for misleading advice). If you are impacted by the winding up of a business, Adam can assist you. He advises Liquidators, creditors and directors in insolvency transactions.

In addition, Adam has developed a practice in criminal law including “white collar” crimes. He also represents corporations in relation to statutory and regulatory breaches.

Adam has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Melbourne with a Major in Criminology and a Bachelor of Laws from Monash University and was admitted to practice in 2001. In 2007 he became a principal of the firm.

Adam is married with three young children.