Adam A. Anolik
Adam Anolik attended law school at the University of San Francisco on an Academic Merit Scholarship, and while there received a Certificate of Specialty in Intellectual Property as well as his Juris Doctorate. While at U.S.F. he worked with the Electronic Frontiers Foundation (EFF) which focuses on helping to protect free speech, privacy, and intellectual property rights on the internet. After law school he worked at Alexander Anolik, A PLC for several years before forming the Anolik Law Group.
He has done various T.V., newspaper, and radio interviews as a legal expert, including appearances on ABC, CBS, and NBC television, KGO Radio, and articles in the New York Times, Time Magazine, Consumer Reports, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Denver Post, SF Gate, and the San Mateo Daily Journal.
Adam has successfully argued multiple jury trials which resulted in judgments and settlements for his clients that have collectively exceed seven figures.
Adam attended the University of California at Santa Cruz as an undergrad. There he received bachelor’s degrees in both legal studies and psychology. He graduated with honors in his legal studies major as well as honors for his legal studies senior thesis.
Since entering the legal profession, he has taken the lead on a extremely diverse assortment of legal projects, issues, and cases, including:
-Seller of Travel requirements, including helping with disclosure, bond, and trust account complaince requirements in the Seller of Travel states,
-defending clients before the U.S. Department of Transportation in actions brought under the Unfair and Deceptive Practices statute and the Federal Full Fare Advertising Law,
-IATAN disputes before the U.S. Travel Agency Commissioner,
-entertainment law, including drafting and negotiating artist's contracts,
-intellectual property (including trademark, copyright, and trade secret) disputes,
-debit memo disputes,
-mass tort litigation,
-international intellectual property litigation,
-contract disputes and litigation,
-international child abduction,
-unlawful detainer litigation,
-personal injury defense,
-travel club laws,
-travel promotional material laws,
-gift card laws,
-purchase and sale of agencies,
-debt collection and debtors exams,
-employment and termination agreements,
-licenses to travel to Cuba, conduct tours, and other Cuba issues,
-copyright registrations, and
-general travel law related issues.