As an associate at ACG, Adam Vischio focuses on intellectual property, technology, and trade issues. Mr. Vischio is also responsible for producing the ACG “Content & Technology” and “Patent and Trademark” policy reports—two weekly newsletters that provide a comprehensive review of developments in the intellectual property policy space in Washington D.C., Silicon Valley, and across the globe.
Mr. Vischio also serves as the Deputy Executive Director of the Coalition for Patent and Trademark Information Dissemination—a coalition of information services and workflow solution providers that offer value-added patent and trademark information services.
Prior to joining ACG, Mr. Vischio worked as a paralegal at the Federal Trade Commission for four years in multiple offices. Mr. Vischio started as a paralegal in the Bureau of Competition, working on several high profile and successful litigation cases. He then joined the office of Acting Chairman/Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen, serving as her paralegal. Mr. Vischio also served as a paralegal for the office of Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter, including a significant period of overlap where he simultaneously performed paralegal duties for both Commissioners Ohlhausen and Slaughter.
A native of Staten Island, New York, Mr. Vischio graduated from Wake Forest University with honor in 2015 with a B.A. in Politics & International Affairs.