Adam assists U.S. and international clients with drafting and prosecuting patent applications spanning numerous industries, including biochemical, biomedical, chemical, and mechanical arts. Adam also frequently assists attorneys at all steps in litigation, from positions of non-infringement and invalidity to discovery and motion practice.
Adam joined Luedeka Neely as a law clerk in 2019 and became an associate of the firm in 2022. While in law school, Adam was Articles Editor for the Kentucky Law Journal Volume 109. Prior to attending law school, Adam worked in the power generation and energy industries as an engineer for some of the world’s largest power plants.
Outside of the firm, Adam is an avid paddleboarder and kayaker, gastronome, and DIY-er.