Adam's practice focuses on intellectual property, with a particular focus on patent litigation. His practice covers various aspects of patent litigation including patent portfolio analysis, patent infringement analyses, patent validity analyses, claim construction, discovery issues, and trial preparation.
He has experience in patent infringement cases before the US International Trade Commission, federal district courts, and in prosecuting patents before the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Adam's work on patent litigation involves various technologies, such as cellular phones, computer systems, embedded hardware, communication systems, and networks, with a particular focus on microprocessors, digital logic, analog integrated circuits, RF integrated circuits, semiconductors, control systems, and software.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Adam S. Rizk