William Li

Associate - Not Admitted in TX; Admitted to CA Bar and USPTO

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Practices
Education
  • Loyola Law School Los Angeles, JD, 2010
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, BS, Electrical Engineering, Dean's List, 2007
Admissions
  • Not Admitted in Texas
  • California
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Languages
  • Mandarin Chinese

William focuses on technology transactions, patent prosecution and litigation, and general intellectual property counseling. William drafts and prosecutes patents in the electronic, mechanical, and software patent arts, including patent applications for wireless and network communications, oil and gas tooling and control systems, transistor fabrication, cloud computing, browser-based applications, location-based services, satellite technologies, peer-to-peer communications, Long Term Evolution, transistor fabrication, social networking, mobile devices and data encryption and decryption. William’s practice also includes assisting in patent litigation matters including performing infringement and invalidity analyses, and claim construction. In addition, William assists clients in managing and growing their intellectual property portfolio including counseling clients regarding asset purchases involving intellectual property.

William is fluent in spoken Mandarin Chinese. 

William Li
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T: +1 214 932 6440F: +1 214 273 74892000 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1400
Dallas, TX 75201

Representation of several Fortune 500 tech companies in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications relating to electrical, mechanical, and software inventions.

Representation of a global oilfield services and equipment company in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications relating to oil and gas exploration and production.

Representation of clients in Inter Partes and Covered Business Method Reviews.

Representation of several start-up companies and solo inventors in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications relating to electrical, mechanical, and software inventions.