Adam is an Associate in Michael Best’s Litigation practice. He assists businesses and individuals in navigating all aspects and phases of commercial and other civil disputes, up to and including courtroom litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Adam served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Chief Judge Pamela Pepper of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. There, Adam researched and drafted orders related to a wide range of federal and state legal matters, including contract, employment, benefits, finance, defamation, electoral, intellectual property, consumer protection, civil rights, and criminal matters.
While pursuing his law degree, Adam gained experience in several internship roles. He interned with the Wisconsin Department of Justice, where he worked closely with the Civil and Special Litigation & Appeals Units. Adam interned with the Wisconsin State Public Defender’s office, where he drafted legal memoranda and participated in trial advocacy. And he was a student clinician with the Wisconsin Innocence Project, where he represented incarcerated and indigent criminal defendants.
Earlier, Adam spent several years in the finance industry. He worked at a capital management firm where he conducted financial analysis of investment targets; modeled financial impacts of potential litigation, M&A activity, tax changes, and more; and assisted in statutory and regulatory compliance activities and reporting.