EDUCATIONThe George Washington University Law School, J.D. with High Honors, 1994
The George Washington University, B.A. and NROTC completion, 1988
Ms. Adam is a former federal prosecutor with over 20 years of experience in whistleblower litigation and healthcare compliance.Whistleblowers, also known as qui tam relators, are courageous individuals who are willing to speak up about fraud committed on government agencies at the expense of American taxpayers. Whistleblowers are entitled to file a case under the False Claims Act to recover taxpayer funds and to share in a portion of the recovery. Any person or business with knowledge of a fraudulent scheme that affects taxpayer monies may qualify as a whistleblower.
Ms. Adam is committed to fighting for whistleblowers who seek to serve the public good. She has devoted years of her own career to public service, having served both as an active duty officer in the United States Navy and as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Public Corruption and Fraud Section of the United States Attorney’s Office in Atlanta. As an AUSA, Ms. Adam first experienced the privilege of working side-by-side with federal law enforcement agents who follow the evidence wherever it may lead and ensure that justice is served.
In her private practice, Ms. Adam has investigated and litigated a broad range of issues under the False Claims Act, including potential overpayments, complaints relating to medical necessity, Medicare and Medicaid coding and billing, Medicare conditions of coverage for cardiology procedures and other medical services, Medicare Secondary Payer Act, COBRA, FMLA, ERISA, privacy and HIPAA compliance, Stark and Anti-Kickback Statute issues, employee benefit plans, managed care plans, care management organizations, and other matters.
- Chair, Health Law Section, State Bar of Georgia (2017-2018)
- Member, Senior Advisory Board, Georgia Asylum & Immigration Network
- Past Co-Chair and Executive Committee Member, Military Legal Affairs Program, State Bar of Georgia