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Adam Hubbard


1800 Broadway, Suite 300, Boulder, CO 80302

Adam Hubbard advises and represents clients on matters concerning intellectual property. 

He helps clients obtain, protect, and enforce their intellectual property rights, whether through internal best practices, state and federal court, or agency proceedings.

Adam’s experience spans numerous industries, including software, semiconductors, telecommunications, consumer electronics, manufacturing, and biotechnology.

He brings a unique ability to understand and leverage the perspectives of the innovator and the judiciary. Before law school, Adam completed a Master of Science degree focused on the emerging field of quantum computing. He worked with countless scientists, engineers, and researchers—all asking novel questions and solving technically difficult problems. Later, Adam worked for federal trial and appellate judges and gained invaluable experience seeing litigation from the judiciary’s perspective.

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  • Appellate 
  • Patent 
  • Trademark 
  • Trade Secret 
  • Unfair Competition 
  • Antitrust

  • United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit 
  • United States District Courts 
  • Supreme Court of the United States - Helped draft amicus curiae brief in support of petition for writ of certiorari
State Courts
  • Colorado State District Court
Administrative Forums
  • TTAB
  • PTAB (e.g. IPR) 
  • ITC


Bar Admissions

Court Admissions

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • American Bar Association, Member 
  • American Intellectual Property Law Association, Member 
  • The Colorado Intellectual Property American Inn of Court, Member
  • I Have A Dream Foundation of Boulder County, Mentor

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