Adam works in the firm’s commercial litigation department handling a range of High Court litigation and international arbitration cases. He has a particular specialism in jurisdictional issues and conflict of laws.
Acting in Commercial Court proceedings brought by an African State valued at over US$100m and in related arbitration proceedings under LCIA rules.
Successfully defended a Welsh County Borough Council in nationally reported Judicial Review proceedings.
Acted for a private company in substantial claim for breach of procurement rules against a Government Entity.
Defended English company in High Court litigation brought by an American company for breach of a ten year exclusive distribution agreement worth in excess of $70 million.
Adam read History at the University of Nottingham and attended the College of Law, Guildford. He trained at Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP. After finishing his training contract, Adam completed a Master’s degree in Commercial Dispute Resolution and International Arbitration at Queen Mary, University of London. Adam then worked in the Commercial Dispute Resolution department at a highly rated regional firm before joining Byrne and Partners LLP in September 2014.