William (Bill) Daley has over 20 years of experience as a Patent Attorney and handles patent preparation, prosecution and IP counseling for clients in a diverse range of technologies including Software, Mechanical, Electro-Mechanical, Electrical, Software Driven/Controlled Apparatus, Medical Devices, Medical Imaging and Image Processing. His intellectual property experience also includes intellectual property litigation and preparing patentability, infringement and validity opinions.
Bill has drafted and prosecuted numerous inventions in areas such as the mechanical arts (e.g., medical devices and related methods, automotive systems, instruments and devices utilized in connection with surgery, material handling systems and related devices), medical imaging systems (e.g., MRI imaging systems) including devices used in combination with imaging systems, electrical arts (e.g., electrical circuits, motors, controllers and motor driven devices), electro-mechanical devices, software and computer applications and related hardware, software driven and controlled devices, LCD display devices (including related components and circuits), and magneto-optical mediums (e.g., composition of magneto-optical mediums) including apparatuses for reading from and writing to magneto-optical mediums. His broad and diverse technology background enables him to quickly assimilate client technologies to produce high quality work.
Prior to entering patent law, Bill worked for more than fifteen years as an engineer in various capacities with Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation (10+ years) and Yankee Atomic Electric Company (5+ years). Bill holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nuclear Engineering from Lowell Technological Institute. In addition to the B.S. Degree he holds a M.S. Degree in Nuclear Engineering from University of Lowell and a Juris Doctorate from New England School of Law. Bill is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Bill also is a member of the Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts.