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Tim F. Williams


Extensive litigation and trial experience in both intellectual property and non-intellectual property matters.

Has represented clients in technologies areas that include plasma arc cutting and welding, consumer appliances, high speed cartoning machines, plastic processing equipment, semi-conductors, water treatment, laser sorting equipment, soil treatment systems, tire technologies, refrigeration equipment, footwear and apparel, textile machinery, building construction systems, chemical manufacture and processing, lighting control systems, automotive, mining and mineral processing, air pollution control and abatement, utility vehicles, retail security systems and others.

Since its founding, Dority & Manning has maintained a strong litigation practice that is focused on developing both offensive and defensive strategies to assist our clients in resolving intellectual property disputes.

Our trial attorneys have extensive first-chair trial experience that is matched with significant technical expertise.  This combination of legal and technical skillsets allows our litigation team to develop a multifaceted strategy aimed to meet each client’s specific business objectives.

Our trial attorneys have extensive first-chair trial experience that is matched with significant technical expertise.

Our litigation expertise extends across all forms of intellectual property disputes, including:

  • Patent Litigation (Utility and Design)
  • International Trade Commission Cases
  • Trademark and Trade Dress Litigation
  • Copyright Litigation
  • Copyright, Trade Secret, and Unfair Competition Litigation
  • Counterfeiting
  • Cybersquatting Cases / Internet Domain Name Disputes

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