Sheridan Ross P.C. announced the addition of William (Bill) J. Daley as a firm shareholder.
Daley, a 14-year intellectual property attorney with diverse experience, joins the firm’s patent prosecution group from Kilpatrick Townsend where he served as co-leader of the Electronics and Software Practice Group. Daley’s practice is focused on providing Intellectual Property counsel in the technology and software industries.
“We’re very excited to welcome someone with Bill’s experience, reputation, insight and passion to our team,” said Sheridan Ross Co-President Todd Blakely. “We’ve known Bill for many years as a well respected peer and we could not be happier to have him join us and share his skills with our clients.”
Prior to Kilpatrick Townsend, Daley was a founding member of a Colorado-based law firm where he offered intellectual property and business related legal services to entrepreneurs, inventors and small businesses.
Daley also worked as an associate in the Denver office of an intellectual property law firm, where he handled all aspects of patent preparation and prosecution for a variety of clients including industry leaders in the electrical and software arts. Prior to entering the field of law, he worked as an electrical technician and process control computer programmer for West Virginia-based Wheeling-Nisshin Inc.
Founded in 1954, Sheridan Ross is the oldest intellectual property law firm in the Rocky Mountain region and has grown to include 44 attorneys and three patent agents. With advanced degrees and work experience in technical fields including computer software, biochemistry, pharmaceuticals, mathematics, chemistry, biochemistry, genetics and aeronautics – the firm’s professionals are also engineers, researchers, rocket scientists and more who work with clients from virtually every industry and technology to deliver relevant, cost-effective solutions to a broad range of IP legal needs.