Adam is a Discovery Counsel at Google in Atlanta, where his practice focuses on all aspects of the litigation and government investigation discovery process, both in the United States and globally. This includes developing case discovery strategies, negotiating ESI protocols and protective orders, overseeing the collection, review, and production of documents, addressing complex privilege issues and disputes, and developing eDiscovery best practices. Prior to joining Google, Adam was a partner at Barnes & Thornburg LLP, where his practice focused on complex commercial litigation, eDiscovery, data privacy/security, and information management. He also was a member of the team assisting the Special Compliance Coordinator appointed by the U.S. Department of Commerce to monitor, assess, and report on the U.S. export control compliance of Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation. Over his career, Adam has trained hundreds of attorneys regarding privilege law, reviewed the validity of tens of thousands of privilege coding determinations, and regularly speaks about privilege issues. Adam is a co-team leader of the Sedona Conference Working Group 1 Drafting Team for a Commentary on Reducing the Burdens of the Privilege Logging Process. He is also a member of Sedona’s Drafting Team for a Commentary on Conducting eDiscovery of Modern Communication and Collaboration Platforms and has been a faculty member of Sedona’s eDiscovery Negotiation Training program.