Chris Adams’ combination of more than 10 years of information technology (IT) industry work with more than 12 years of intellectual property (IP) experience provides him with the rare ability to help both emerging growth and global companies negotiate the thicket of legal issues related to IT and computer internet technology (CIT). That is why technology innovators and service providers, software developers, and universities – across a gamut of security and internet areas – seek Chris’ counsel to help them thoroughly exploit their IP assets. He guides clients in creating and protecting patents and other forms of IP through commercialization, licensing and, when needed, enforcement.
Before joining the firm, Chris gained hands-on IT and CIT industry experience at several Northern Virginia federal government IT solutions providers. His experience extends to all phases of the software development lifecycle, as well as other IT and CIT areas, and he holds many industry certifications.
Although Chris has vast experience in the IT and CIT areas, his chemistry background has often come into play in his legal work. As a result, Chris has a substantial amount of IP experience in the life and health sciences.
Christopher is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation, which promotes the role of public service and pro bono work in the practice of law and the development of public policy.
Intellectual Property & Technology
Intellectual Property Litigation
Patent Challenge Proceedings
USITC Section 337 Investigations
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christopher W. Adams