William A. Adams received his J.D. 1986 and LL.M. Tax 1988 from the University of San Diego School of Law. Mr. Adams is admitted to practice in California, United States District Court (Southern and Eastern Districts), and United States Tax Court.
Mr. Adams became an avid blogger in 2008, and participated in the original Advanced WordPress Group in San Diego and attended several Wordcamps. He became a bit of an amateur hacker. He loves the egalitarian and entrepreneurial spirit of the open source and WordPress communities. He thus became interested in issues impacting the open source coding community, including open source code law (“copyleft law”) and website disability accessibility, as well as his more traditional practice areas such as employment law and trademark law. He has extensive litigation experience, some of which has led to published court decisions favoring his clients [See e.g., Organization for Advancement of Minorities with Disabilities v. Brick Oven Restaurant (Sept. 15, 2005, USDC So. Cal.) 406 F.Supp.2d 1120].