Adam is a shareholder and currently serves as President of the firm. He is a member of the Business and Finance, Financial Institutions, and Health Care Practice Groups. He focuses his practice on insurance, banking, health care and corporate and business law.
Adam assists insurance companies, trust companies (both private and public), other banking institutions, health care providers and a wide range of other businesses with regulatory, licensing, transactional and compliance issues. He regularly represents clients before the New Hampshire Insurance and Banking Departments on a variety of matters. Adam also advises clients on a range of issues with respect to health insurance, employee benefit plans and compensation issues. On corporate matters, Adam represents companies in connection with formations, private securities offerings, transactions, employment issues and contracting matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Adam practiced law in the Health Care Group at the Albany office of Greenberg Traurig, LLP where he represented managed care companies and other insurers on a wide range of regulatory issues.
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- Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2004
- University of New Hampshire, B.A. in Political Science, magna cum laude, 2000
- New Hampshire
- New York
- Representing several financial institutions in the formation and charter of New Hampshire non-depository trust companies and on regulatory matters
- Representing insurance companies on formation, licensing and regulatory matters before the Insurance Department
- Representing private medical practices, hospitals and other health care providers on business, corporate and regulatory matters
- Representing various consumer credit companies on licensing and regulatory issues before the Banking Department
- Representing the organizers of a non-profit corporation on the formation of the entity and obtaining a favorable determination letter from the IRS
- Representing various businesses, including technology companies, on capital and equity, securities, employment and contractual matters.
- Vice Chairman, Nashua Planning Board (Chairman, 2014-2017)
- Member, Board of Directors, New Hampshire Supreme Court Society
- Member, Board of Directors, Greater Nashua Dental Connection
- Coauthor, “COVID-19 NH Unemployment FAQs”, March, 2020.
- Coauthor, “Multi-State Hearings Under the Holding Company Act“, Federation of Regulatory Counsel (FORC) Journal Article, Vol. 28, Edition 2 – Summer 2017.
- Coauthor, “Insurance Agent Bankruptcies: Implications For Advance Commission Arrangements”, Federation of Regulatory Counsel (FORC) Journal Article, Vol. 27, Edition 2 – Summer 2016.
- Coauthor, “Counter-trends: Overhaul of Health Insurance Regulation Creates Both Greater Uniformity and More Innovation”, Federation of Regulatory Counsel (FORC) Journal Article, Vol. 26, Edition 3 – Fall 2015.
- Presentation, “The Affordable Care Act: What does it mean for your small business?”, Southern NH University Center for Women’s Business Advancement (May 22, 2014)
- Author, Chapter 8, “Insurance Requirements and Indemnification”. (Health Plans Contracting Handbook 6th and 7th Editions, American Health Lawyers Association), 2011, 2014
- Author, “Summary of the New Federal MLR Standards and Comparison with Current MLR Standards in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont” Federation of Regulatory Counsel (FORC) Journal, Winter 2010
- Author, “New Hampshire Extra-Territorial and Expanded Group Health Mandates”, Federation of Regulatory Counsel (FORC) Journal Article, Vol. 19, Edition 1 -Spring 2008
- Co-Author, Article, “Life Insurance Purchase Invalid: Owner Had No Insurable Interest”, New York Law Journal, May 16, 2006.