Adam Forest – A Lawyer With Scale LLP
Adam Forest owns and operates a new martial arts studio in Penticton. His Tae Kwon Do classes help build better people and stronger communities.
This play contains numerous paradoxes. One is that noble savages live amongst noble ones in Arden Wood.
Early Life and Education
Adam is an Assistant Professor at SUNY Cobleskill where he specializes in plant science and maple production, serving as co-director for the Cornell Maple Program – an extension effort with state wide impact which promotes and strengthens the maple industry.
His work on this single extended motif conveys an extraordinary range of responses ranging from childish wonder to languorous pleasure and biblical excitement at nature’s power to an understanding of an often stark and austere natural world where human priorities don’t always prevail – making his work distinct from that of 19th century predecessors such as Carleton Watkins.
Before joining Reed Smith LLP, he served as chief legal officer at LendingHome Corporation, building its legal team from scratch and leading its rapid expansion. Furthermore, he provides commercial and appellate litigation services across a range of industries at Reed Smith.
Adam Forest has over two decades of professional experience and has handled an array of litigation matters for commercial and business torts, real estate disputes, trust & estate litigation and trust & estate disputes. Additionally, Adam is adept at trial and arbitration procedures.
He holds the EL Giddings Associate Professor of Forest Policy and Economics Chair and directs the University of Maine Forest Policy and Economics Laboratory. With extensive expertise in quantitative modeling to assess socioeconomic impacts of environmental policy, and numerous publications on forest economics, natural resource management and governance.
Nat Friedman (field hockey), Madeline Rehm (women’s cross country and track and field), Adam Cecere (baseball), and Rachel Kuehn (women’s golf) received special recognition from the Atlantic Coast Conference on Friday when all four were named to its 2023 postgraduate scholarship list.
Achievement and Honors
Forest began his martial arts training as a competitive cyclist to increase flexibility and soon found himself hooked, eventually earning his fifth-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Nick Saviano High Performance Tennis Academy and train with professional tennis players and coaches as he plans to play Division I tennis at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem.
Adam is immensely proud of his accomplishments. For instance, he successfully led a campaign to pass a temporary ordinance protecting tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as tirelessly working to secure hundreds of millions in investment for historic landmarks like Fair Park and Cotton Bowl. Adam’s success is evidenced in his many awards and honors from Governors State University such as their Lincoln Laureate award which recognizes those who embody Abraham Lincoln’s principles of democracy and humanity.
Adam is the managing partner of Scale LLP, a distributed law firm servicing technology companies nationwide. With experience defending numerous TCPA class actions and FCC/FTC investigations successfully under his belt, Adam uses this experience to efficiently guide any client engaging with consumers via phone, text messaging or email, helping ensure compliance while avoiding litigation altogether.
He serves as Co-Director of Cornell Maple Program, working directly with maple producers while offering workshops and conferences across New York state and the entire maple producing region. Additionally, he owns and operates Uihlein Maple Research Forest in Lake Placid where he taps and sugars over 7,000 commercial maple trees for sugaring purposes.
As an avid outdoorsman and proud father, he spends much of his free time exploring nature. Additionally, he owns and runs a new martial arts studio in Penticton which seeks to build better people through Tae Kwon Do practice.
American YouTube vlogger and online shop owner Roo Kee Roo is estimated to be worth roughly $916 thousand as of 2023. He runs his online shop selling stationery and art prints as well as running an extremely successful YouTube channel known as WOLVES.
He established a law practice in Forest Hills, New York which caters specifically to Rent-A-Car companies as well as real estate transactions and public interest issues.
Driver also featured in Jack Johnson’s critically-acclaimed horror flick, The Dead Don’t Die (2019), which made its world premiere at Cannes Film Festival before receiving a limited theatrical run before streaming on Netflix. Furthermore, Driver played alongside Jonathan Pryce, Tilda Swinton, Chlo Sevigny, and Steve Buscemi in Terry Gilliam’s troubled production The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018) which grossed less than half its estimated $20 Million budget.