Bill Daley’s practice focuses on providing intellectual property counseling in the electronics and software industries. With over 16 years of IP counseling knowledge and a background in computer science and software programming Bill has extensive experience with intellectual property prosecution, as well as portfolio development, and management for businesses both small and large.
Bill is known to work closely with his clients “I like sitting with the inventors and engineers and asking probing questions; it’s the inner-engineer in me.” Bill strives to understand each client’s business and then leverages that knowledge to develop effective strategies to expand their IP portfolios better domestically and abroad.
Bill joined Sheridan Ross in 2016 after serving as Co-Leader of the Electronics and Software Practice Group for an international, multi-practice firm serving industry-leading clients. Before entering the field of law, he worked as an electrical technician and process control computer programmer for a specialty steel manufacturer. Bill earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and his law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
University of Denver College of Law (J.D., 2002)
Point Park College (B.S., Computer Science, 1997)
- Patent Office Post Grant Proceedings
- Patent Prosecution
- Patent Search Services
- Business Methods
- Computer Hardware & Software
- Electrical Engineering
United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2002
Presentations and Publications:
- Speaker: “Freedom-to-Operate and IP Landscapes,” 16th Annual Rocky Mountain IP and Technology Law Institute, Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education, June 2018.