Adam G. Price
Practice Concentration & Experience
Mr. Price’s practice involves the representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide spectrum of intellectual property and commercial matters, with a particular emphasis on patent infringement cases. Specifically, Mr. Price’s patent infringement cases have focused on work in technical fields including camera-cell phone integration, Bluetooth and wireless communication protocols, data transfer protocols, digital rights management, data encryption and access control, internet search functionality and algorithms, software systems, mobile phones, image compression and transmittal, and computer hardware and peripherals.
In addition to patent infringement cases, Mr. Price has substantial experience in cases involving trade secrets, trademark, unfair competition, and copyright. He also has extensive experience in commercial litigation, including business torts (including unfair competition, misappropriation, tortious interference with contracts and/or prospective business relationships, fraud, misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty and deceptive trade practices), commercial landlord-tenant disputes, employment disputes, complex real estate disputes and general breach of contract claims.
Since co-founding the firm in 2007, Mr. Price has served as lead or supporting counsel in cases which have generated in excess of $100 million in settlements, verdicts, or awards.
Mr. Price has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Texas Super Lawyers and Texas Monthly magazine in the area of intellectual property litigation for the years 2014-2019. Previously, Mr. Price was named a “Texas Rising Star” by the same publication for the years 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, and 2014.
- University of Texas (B.A., History, 1996)
- University of Notre Dame (J.D., 2000)
- Named Texas Super Lawyer, 2014-2019
- Named Texas Rising Star, 2007-2010; 2012-2014
- U.S. District Courts for the Western, Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- Licensed to practice in Texas