Tel: +1 416 917 1369
Bar Admissions: Ontario, 2019
Adam is a strategic advocate with experience advising clients with a range of complex disputes.
Adam carries on a broad litigation practice. He advises clients on a wide range of matters, including commercial, arbitration, defamation and medical malpractice disputes. He also regularly represents executives, athletes and businesses on employment matters. Adam has extensive experience negotiating agreements and has appeared before the Courts and arbitral panels in a number of jurisdictions within Canada and internationally.
Adam also has a background in technology-related disputes. As lead researcher with the Samuelson-Glushko Centre for Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) from 2016-2018, Adam assisted counsel with oral and written submissions for six interventions at the Supreme Court of Canada, including: Google v Equustek, AstraZeneca v Apotex, Haaretz.com v Mitchell Goldhar, R v Jarvis, BC v Philip Morris, and Rogers v Voltage.
Adam is also active outside the office. He enjoys triathlon and motorsport, and trained with the University of Toronto's Varsity Track Team. He is conversant in Arabic.
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"Click Here to Agree: Managing Intellectual Property When Crowdsourcing Solutions", 2017 Harvard Business Review / (2017) 60:2 Business Horizons, 207.
Guest Judge — Nelligan O'Brien Payne LLP Moot Competition (2016-2020)