Darryl Adams brings over twenty years of intellectual property litigation experience to the firm. He represents clients in a variety of matters and industries, but focuses on electronic and computer patent litigation. In addition to his litigation experience, Darryl has a graduate degree in Electrical Engineering, a decade of engineering experience, and clerked for the Honorable Alvin A. Schall on the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
As a seasoned litigator, Darryl has litigated cases in district courts throughout the country, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Darryl excels in developing direct and understandable strategies to address complex issues. He has achieved an impeccable record of success in appeals by developing winning legal strategies based on his ability to narrow issues and present focused legal arguments.
In addition to litigation matters, Darryl has substantial experience providing opinions and counseling clients on matters related to willful infringement. Darryl’s technical background and legal experience gives him a unique set of qualifications to counsel clients in those matters.
When asked to identify his favorite part of practicing law, Darryl answers without hesitation: combining his legal expertise and technical acumen to develop winning legal strategies. Darryl takes a hands-on approach to handling every case. Darryl enjoys analyzing patents, accused products and prior art to develop the level of understanding required to develop the winning strategy.
Not every aspect of Darryl’s practice involves intellectual property, however. Darryl volunteers his time to represent veterans in matters before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. Darryl has successfully represented veterans seeking much deserved and long overdue benefits from the Veteran’s Administration, and prompted the revision of Veteran Administration policies to provide veteran’s with enhanced protections.
Darryl is active in local legal associations including Past President of the Austin Intellectual Property Law Association, and the Lee Yeakel Inn of Court. He is also a frequent speaker at intellectual property conferences on legal issues including annual updates on Federal Circuit decisions and inequitable conduct.