Adam is a member of the Health Care Liability Practice Group. He concentrates his practice in medical malpractice, and has experience defending health care providers, including individual physicians, group practices and hospitals, in matters involving neurosurgery, neurology, cardiology, radiation oncology, obstetrics, pain management and anesthesiology. Adam's experience also includes pre-suit investigation and resolution, in addition to handling general liability cases.
Prior to beginning his legal career, Adam received his Bachelor's Degree in Biological Sciences and worked as a research technician at the Abramson Research Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. During his time at CHOP, his work was published in the American Journal of Medical Genetics.
Adam has served as a presenter on the Rules of Civil Procedure for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. He has also mentored students as an attorney advisor for Constitution High School's mock trial team.
•The Soul and Its Impact on Life and Death Choices: A Constitutional Study of Abortion, the Right to Die, and Other Bioethical Dilemmas, Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion, Spring 2010
•Back to the Basics, Civil Procedure Practicalities, Speaker, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, May 2011
Year Joined Organization: 2014