But you're probably here because of that last one, so here are some more details. I provide tailored legal services to creatives, innovators, and entrepreneurs. I counsel my clients on how to best develop, protect, manage, and monetize their most important assets, including their brand, data, and other intellectual property. I focus on serving the needs of individuals, startups, and high-growth companies, who must address the challenges and opportunities of emerging business models, technologies, and markets. My work spans numerous industries, from influencers and artists to software and craft breweries.

I play hockey, tend a Hobby Farm in Colorado with my Wife and Four Kids, and love to get people excited about the Law.  

Adam Hubbard

Before starting Hubbard Law, I was a partner at a boutique law firm that advised startups and high-net-worth individuals with their businesses. Before that, I was a member of the intellectual property group at Holland & Hart, LLP. There, I managed complex intellectual property and antitrust litigation, developed comprehensive IP strategies, and supported both large and targeted IP portfolios.

Before entering private practice, I clerked for the Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and a District Judge at the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Those positions provided me with invaluable experience regarding persuasion, effective counsel, and the evolving legal trends affecting intellectual property and innovation.

I am licensed to practice law in Colorado and California. I earned my law degree from Cornell Law School, where I was an Editor of the Cornell Law Review and President of the Intellectual Property and Technology Student Association. I finished in the top 10% of my class and received numerous academic awards including the Daniel B. Chernoff Prize for academic excellence in intellectual property law.

Prior to my law career, I studied physics, performed quantum computing research, and obtained a master’s degree for work done on experimental quantum error control techniques.

Outside of the office, I enjoy spending time with my wife and four children, exploring the outdoors, playing hockey, and working on my hobby farm in Boulder County, Colorado.