Adam is an experienced litigator who has practiced business and commercial litigation for the past 10 years, first in downtown Houston and now at Stibbs & Co., P.C. In 2017, he was named a “Rising Star” by the nationwide legal publication, Super Lawyers.
Whether prosecuting claims for his clients or defending them, Adam vigorously represents his clients’ interests while remaining mindful of each client’s unique circumstances. While sometimes the courtroom is the only option, Adam has also used his experience to obtain multi-million dollar settlements before ever reaching the courtroom.
Adam was an active member of his Heights community before he and his wife, Monica, and two boys, Henry and Levi, moved to Montgomery County in the fall of 2016. Among other things, Adam served as the president of his Heights-area homeowners association for a number of years. Now calling Montgomery County home, Adam continues his community involvement by being part of the Leadership Montgomery County Class of 2018. He and his family are also active members of their church in The Woodlands.
LITIGATION AND CORPORATE PRACTICE
Adam handles a variety of lawsuits filed by or against companies. Acquiring six years of experience in downtown Houston before joining the Firm, he is a vigorous advocate for his clients but also practical about solutions that can save time and money. He graduated from Texas A&M and Texas Tech School of Law.
- General Business Litigation for a variety of domestic and international business entities, including litigation involving the energy industry and all manners of business and commercial disputes.
- General Business Representation for a host of companies including all types of commercial business agreements, including master service agreements, manufacturing agreements, trust agreements, commercial loan agreements, contractor and subcontractor agreements, construction agreements, sales agreements, distributor agreements, indemnity agreements, software licenses and commercial leases.
In re Key Equip. Fin. Inc., 371 S.W.3d 296 (Tex. App. Houston 1st Dist. 2012)