William Stroever, co-chair of the Intellectual Property Department, dedicates his practice to counseling businesses for growth and success through the use of intellectual property strategies. He has represented a wide range of clients, and has particular experience in the areas of consumer and biomedical products. Willie has also counseled numerous clients operating non-traditional businesses in online marketplaces.
His approach to creating a comprehensive IP strategy includes:
Willie is a member of the American Bar Association, International Trademark Association, American Intellectual Property Law Association, and the New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association. He also serves as a board member of Family Promise of Morris County, an organization dedicated to ending the crisis of homelessness.
He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Massachusetts.
Boston College, J.D., 2006
Haverford College, B.A., 2002
As published in: Bloomberg Law October 23, 2019
As published in: Intellectual Property Magazine July 3, 2019
As published in: World Trademark Review June 25, 2019
As published in: World IP Review April 15, 2019
As published in: Bloomberg Law November 5, 2018
Intellectual Property Law July 15, 2019William W. Stroever
Real Estate & Construction Law May 8, 2019William W. Stroever and Adam H. Morsy
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