Adam has ten years’ experience studying intellectual property rights and how they relate to the technology and creative industries. He uses his knowledge of entertainment, copyright and trademark law to assist clients with intellectual property licensing, new media issues, privacy matters, software licensing, digital advertising, domain name disputes, and the nuances of music and film contract negotiation.
For the Ingber Law Firm, Adam focuses his practice on Copyright and Trademark litigation. He has litigated cases in both Federal and State Court and before the Patent and Trademark Office. He also assists businesses and technology companies in the protection and enforcement of their intellectual property rights.
Prior to joining the Ingber Law Firm, Adam held positions at Universal Music Group, IAC Inc., and clerked for the entertainment boutique Gray, Krauss, Stratford, Des Rochers. He is an avid music fan and former musician, who uses his passions to counsel clients effectively and efficiently.
Adam graduated cum laude from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York in 2011, where he served as an Articles Editor for the Cardozo Law Review. He attended Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, majoring in Recording Industry Management and Entrepreneurship. He is originally from Tupelo, Mississippi.