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Adam is an assertive but strategic litigator with a focus on commercial and real estate disputes. Since joining the firm in 2019, Adam has litigated dozens of cases to successful conclusions for our clients. Adam maintains an active presence in Indiana’s commercial, federal, and appellate courts, as well as in arbitration proceedings. Adam takes a considered approach to each of his cases, with the understanding that no case has a one-size-fits-all strategy. Above all, Adam solves problems.

Adam has represented several developers, property owners, and landlords in a variety of real estate disputes including commercial leases, condemnations, construction agreements, purchase agreements, bacterial exposure, and residential leases. Additionally, Adam has assisted commercial clients with contractual disputes in the automotive, utility, healthcare, and technology industries. In each case, Adam immediately works with his clients to ensure they are best positioned for their preferred outcome from the outset of the case.

Although Adam is aggressive when he needs to be, clients and opposing counsel alike appreciate Adam’s amiable demeanor and find that his approach often short-circuits expensive litigation into quicker and cheaper resolutions. Adam knows that litigation is often fueled by emotions on both sides of every case, and he excels at cutting through those emotions by negotiating business solutions that yield quick resolutions for his clients. Adam’s pragmatic approach to litigation has resulted in his recognition in The Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch® for commercial litigation.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wabash College, Adam attended Northwestern Pritzker School of Law before returning to his home state of Indiana to build his practice. While at Wabash, Adam served as the editor-in-chief of the college newspaper, The Bachelor, and as recording secretary of his fraternity, Phi Gamma Delta. At Northwestern, Adam served as president of the Federalist Society and as an online managing editor of the Northwestern University Law Review. Adam and his wife now live together in Greenwood, Indiana, where he serves on the board of his homeowners’ association and for the nonprofit group Heritage Place of Indianapolis.

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