Adam’s practice focuses on Civil Litigation and Appeals for cases involving real property. Adam has represented hundreds of clients in real-property related actions involving condemnation/eminent domain, zoning, land use, subdivision, tax assessment appeals and exemptions, adverse possession, quiet tile, landlord-tenant, and property line disputes. Adam is also a certified Pennsylvania Title Insurance Agent and has represented clients in residential and commercial property transfers and closings. Adam is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association’s Real Property Section and is the current Chairman of the Allegheny County Bar Association’s Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee.

Prior to joining Jones, Gregg, Creehan & Gerace, LLP, Adam worked in Pittsburgh as an associate attorney for ten years at a firm whose practice focused on real estate litigation and closings. During this time, he gained invaluable litigation experience and in addition to presenting appellate arguments before the Commonwealth and Superior Courts, he was directly involved in several jury and non-jury trial cases across the state (including several which changed the interpretation and application of the Eminent Domain Code in Pennsylvania).

Adam is the lucky long-time partner of Nicole, and the proud father of his two boys, Stafford and McCarthy. Like many people of his generation, Adam’s parents relocated from Pittsburgh when he was in high school. Although he spent several years in neighboring Ohio, Pittsburgh was always his home and he quickly returned after graduating from Ohio University in 2007. In 2008, he left again to attend law school. Adam received his Juris Doctorate Degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School where he graduated cum laude and was a Senior Associate Editor and Managing Member of the school’s law review. Upon graduation he returned home to Pittsburgh and has continually practiced in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Adam is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, the Western and Eastern Federal District Courts of Pennsylvania, and is in the process of obtaining his admission to practice in Ohio.