Rob is a partner and specialist dispute resolution lawyer in Greene & Greene’s highly-rated dispute resolution team
He joined Greene & Greene in 2018 from a regional firm where he had been Head of Dispute Resolution, bringing with him more than 20 years’ experience in this field.
What can Rob do for you?
Rob acts on commercial disputes, which include breach of contract and warranty claims and intellectual property disputes, property related litigation for both commercial and individual clients, as well as insolvency, and construction related litigation. In addition, Rob has a wealth of experience dealing with complex trust and probate disputes. Rob combines a clear tactical and strategic approach with commercial realism to achieve his clients’ goals.
What else should you know?
Rob has passed the highly rated STEP Advanced Certificate in Trust Disputes, obtaining a distinction in the process. Outside of work he currently heads up the coaching staff for Bury St Edmunds Rugby Club Under 14 youth team.
What do others say?
Undoubtedly the best solicitor I have ever worked with…He is precise and measured yet approachable and charming. Rob Adam is phenomenally clever and is able to adapt and evolve with a case as it takes on twists and turns. No matter how complicated the situation becomes he remains calm and collected. Rob’s advice is concise and so reassuringly brilliant as he always takes into consideration his client’s ultimate goal, goes the extra mile when required but also remains cost-conscious throughout and constantly re-evaluates the case.
Legal 500 (UK) 2024
He’s a very well-known heavyweight. You want him in your corner. He’ll fight hard for his clients whilst also being fantastically bright.
Chambers 2024 UK
Rob should be working at a Magic Circle firm and his clients are lucky to have him in East Anglia…
Legal 500 (UK) 2023
Rob Adam is one of the best regional dispute resolution lawyers. He is extremely good with clients, writes excellent and succinct letters, and is a very talented negotiator, particularly in mediations.
Chambers UK 2023