Adam Fuller is a Principal and Co-founder at Bregal Sagemount. He is responsible for originating and leading investments in high-growth businesses in the software, business services, and healthcare sectors. Adam led Sagemount’s investments in MicroEdge (acquired by Blackbaud), Keg Logistics, MOBI, Enprecis, and Vital Insights. Prior to Bregal Sagemount, Adam spent five years as a member of the growth equity team at Goldman, Sachs & Co.’s Merchant Banking Division. Adam has led investments in many successful growth companies, including Cyber-Ark (NASDAQ:CYBR), AppSense (acquired by LANDesk), American Traffic Solutions, and Imaging Advantage. Adam was also a Board Observer at Nimsoft (acquired by CA, Inc.) and CambridgeSoft (acquired by PerkinElmer). Prior to Goldman Sachs, Adam was an Associate at Arbor Advisors, an investment bank focused on mergers & acquisitions advisory services for technology companies. Adam received a BA in Economics from Stanford University. Adam lives in Manhattan, New York with his wife, Charlotte, and two daughters, Claire and Margaux.
Adam Fuller, Heidi Roll, Maya Ewing, and Daniel Hemel explain how the Epic Systems v. Lewis case has changed the use of arbitration clauses in employment agreements.
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