is a 3rd generation inventor and entrepreneur. He created his first invention after his freshman year of college, successfully developed The Glove, a wrist-motion based controller for video games, and brought it to retailers nationwide. Adam then worked at Razer and managed the final development, initial production, and market introduction of their first computer mice. Realizing a high need for legal advice in early stage businesses and wanting to better protect intellectual property assets, Adam earned his J.D. and an LL. M. in Intellectual Property, Commerce and Technology from the UNH School of Law. Adam is currently the CEO of Shoe Care Innovations Inc. where he developed and commercialized the first UV shoe sanitizer, SteriShoe®, and he also consults on IP strategy, product development, and IP commercialization through PDCIP, LLC. He is a named inventor on 10 U.S. patents and others internationally. Adam is also a passionate advocate for legislative reform to make it easier for all inventors to protect and secure their IP rights.