William Ulrich joined Haley Guiliano in 2019 as an associate. William’s practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law, with an emphasis on patent litigation and patent prosecution. William has experience in a multitude of technologies, including: hydrokinetic power-generating systems, semi-conductor manufacturing, wireless telecommunications, network security, and computer software.
Prior to joining Haley Guiliano, William was a patent attorney at other firms where he litigated and prosecuted patents, which included a large range of subject matters. Through William’s work in advocating for his clients, he was able to secure favorable settlements. William also prepared and prosecuted many patent applications, including through reexamination proceedings.
William earned his Juris Doctor from The George Washington University Law School, in Washington, DC. While at GW, William was an active member of the Student Intellectual Property Law Association, the Special Events Coordinator for Street Law, and logged more than 100 hours of Legal Pro Bono Service. William earned his Bachelor of Science in Physics, with Mathematics and Philosophy Minors, from Pacific University. He was also captain of Pacific’s football team and helped lead the team to a Conference Championship his senior year.