HaloSource hires Robyn Adams as new General Counsel and IP Attorney

BOTHELL, WA – Clean water technology company HaloSource, makers of well-known HaloKlear® brand of products for environmental treatment and HaloPure® brand of drinking water purification products, announces the appointment Robyn Adams to the position of General Counsel and IP Attorney for the company.


Ms. Adams manages all legal and intellectual property matters for HaloSource and its brands and is a member of its Leadership Team.  Robyn has over 15 years of experience in patent portfolio and intellectual property management with an expertise in aligning IP strategy with product commercialization and business focus and brings a wealth of IP and legal advisory experience to the company.  Prior to joining HaloSource, Robyn worked as in-house counsel for ZymoGenetics and Epigenomics and ran a solo law practice where she worked with a wide variety of companies in the biotechnology and chemical fields. 


HaloSource continues to advance its strategy as the innovation partner to Fortune 500 companies providing innovative chemistry for water purification. The company’s mission is to make water better for millions of people around the globe. The company’s team of scientists, microbiologists, engineers and support staff all work together to bring relevant and commercially viable products to market. 


“We are looking forward to utilizing Robyn's extensive experience and expertise in intellectual property and trademarks management, benefiting from her strong background in patent strategy development,” says Martin Coles, CEO for HaloSource.   


Robyn earned her J.D. from Seattle University School of Law and her Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology from the University of Washington.  She is a registered patent attorney and a member of the Washington State Bar Association.  She is also a member of the Washington State Patent Law Association and the Licensing Executives Society.