Adam joined Lyons Davidson in 2012. He has worked in the Civil Litigation department since 2013 as a member of the Property Disputes team.
As part of the team, Adam has advised on disputes arising from a range of complex and high-value property law matters, including rights of way, rights of light, trespass, nuisance, party wall disputes, adverse possession, boundary disputes and property damage cases, including landlord and tenant property damage disputes.
As a member of the Property Disputes team, Adam specialises in tree and invasive species damage claims on behalf of individual and commercial clients, including claims concerning root damage, fallen trees, tree preservation orders, subsidence, heave, and encroaching vegetation and branches.
If you would like to read more about the work Adam does, his articles in our News and Insight section include ‘Japanese knotweed: untangling the law around fallopia japonica‘.