Adam graduated with honours in law from the University of Sydney, and was admitted as a solicitor in 2014. Adam originally joined Keypoint Law to assist with the launch of the firm in early 2014, before moving into a lawyer role once the firm commenced operations in June 2014. Prior to joining Keypoint, Adam undertook internships in the legal teams at the ABC and PwC, and worked as a paralegal at Corrs Chambers Westgarth Lawyers.
At Keypoint, Adam provides legal services across all of the firm’s practice groups, and works closely with some of Australia’s leading lawyers on complex legal matters. Adam has advised clients that include ASX listed corporations, tech start-ups, investment funds, entrepreneurs and high net wealth individuals.
Adam has experience in the practice areas to the right.
Adam has negotiated a financing contract for a deal worth $750 million; advised on compliance with Australia’s complex financial services and credit legislation; assisted with structuring venture capital investment funds (ESVCLP); and advised fin-tech start-ups on compliance with APRA and ASIC regulations;
Adam is experienced in drafting sophisticated wills incorporating testamentary trusts for high-net wealth clients (including clients with personal wealth exceeding $100 million); regularly advises on and amends family trust deeds and self-managed trust; has established Private Ancillary Funds for high-net wealth clients; and handles probate and administration matters;
Adam has been involved in merger and acquisition matters, including complex transactions involving valuable licences; and is experienced drafting and reviewing services agreements for clients in healthcare, financial services, and recruitment industries;
Adam has been involved in litigation matters concerning diverse areas of law including trust law, employment law, guardianship disputes, and family provision claims; and has written submissions for matters in the Federal Court of Australia and in the Federal Circuit Court;
Adam regularly advises on and prepares trade mark registration applications, and has negotiated with ASIC and owners of conflicting trade marks to get contested applications across the line; and
Adam has prepared privacy policies for businesses who handle sensitive information and has advised on complex Privacy Act issues.