Of Counsel

Direct Phone: 512.610.9636
Direct Fax: 512.610.1131

Adam Battani has practiced law for over 20 years in a variety of law firm and business settings, including large national law firms, small transactional boutiques and general counsel roles for both an early stage Internet company and a publicly traded enterprise software company. Having handled a wide range of transactions in a variety of settings, Adam brings a practical and business-like approach to the legal needs of his clients. He has worked with a wide range of clients in the technology and recycling and renewable energy sectors – from established public companies to private equity owned enterprises and emerging companies developing disruptive technologies and businesses in the software, Internet and e-commerce spaces.



Concentrations of Practice:


  • Mergers and acquisitions involving public and private businesses


  • Software licensing and other technology contracts, including managed services agreements professional service and consulting agreements, and alliance and joint venture agreements


  • Commercial contracts for the purchase and sale of goods and services


  • Outsourced General Counsel Services to private companies and over-flow support for in-house legal departments


  • Advise corporate clients and individuals with respect to employment, non-compete, change-in-control and confidentiality agreements


  • Entity formation (corporations, partnership and limited liability companies) and early stage financing activities


  • Advise boards of directors and executive officers with respect to corporate fiduciary duties


  • Advise clients in a broad range of corporate matters related to their business


Adam is licensed to practice law in Texas (2008) and California (1991).


During his legal career Adam has worked in private practice at law firms of various sizes, including the national law firm of Alston & Bird, LLP. He has also held the position of General Counsel at an early-stage internet company (eTour, Inc.) and a publicly traded enterprise software company, Indus International, Inc. (Nasdaq: IINT). Indus (renamed Ventyx) was acquired in 2007 by Vista Equity Partners for approximately $385 million.


When he is not practicing law Adam enjoys running, hiking and shooting a little hoop, spending time with his wife, attending his daughter’s musical and theatrical performances and taking his dog to Zilker Park.