Oil & Gas
B.Sc. (Elec. Eng.), Kettering University, 1990
LL.B., Queen's University, 1995
Admitted to the Ontario Bar, 1997
Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), Fellow
B.Sc. (Elec. Eng.), LL.B.
Adam’s practice focuses on litigation of a wide range of intellectual property disputes as well as intellectual property related commercial disputes. He has acted for clients in many industries, such as hoses, earth moving equipment, oil production equipment, farm equipment, wind turbines, building materials, pharmaceuticals, financial services, cosmetics, toys and games, video distribution, image companies, and office supplies. He acts as counsel on motions, trials, and appeals.
Adam has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court, Ontario Court of Appeal, Federal Court of Canada, and Federal Court of Appeal.
Prior to joining the firm, Adam spent several years practicing commercial litigation. Before taking his law degree, Adam was a plant engineer at the General Motors car body assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario.