Adam Villanueva, counsel, is a trademark and technology attorney who represents small business owners and creatives to protect their intellectual property, business interest, and their personal or business image.
In addition to providing strategic guidance and counseling, Adam has represented companies before the United Stated Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), as well as assisted artists of all mediums to protect their work by filing for copyright protection before the Library of Congress.
Further, Adam has negotiated and drafted various license agreements, trademark co-existence agreements, intellectual property consent agreements, domain transfer agreements, and various settlement agreements with companies such as SALT LIFE, UNDER ARMOUR, The United States Olympic Committee (USOC), Blue Cross of America, The National Football Players Association, Queen Latifah, Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and other international corporations. His aim is to provide novel solutions when the odds seem to be against a client based on previous success and quick thinking.
When not helping clients, Adam likes to write short stories, poetry and has recently started a horror novel. In addition to these more artistic endeavors, he is also developing various clothing labels and other small business enterprises.
J.D., Texas A&M School of Law, 2012
B.A. History, The University of Texas at Austin, 2009
Software and Copyrights
Apps and Games
IP Protection, Enforcement, and Transactions
Trade Secret Protection
Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Texas, 2012
“Best Lawyers in Dallas,” Intellectual Property, D Magazine, 2016 and 2017