William Norvell is a veteran intellectual property litigator with experience in patent, trademark, trade secrets, and copyright law. He represents clients in a variety of technology areas, including oil field equipment, chemical compositions, medical equipment, pharmaceuticals, building materials, computer hardware and software (including e-commerce software), electronic communications products and services, optical lens, electronic safety communications equipment, lighting equipment, sub-sea pipeline devices, pneumatic and hydraulic devices and control systems, mechanical fluid agitation devices, and fluid flow meters and associated electronic equipment.
Clients, both as plaintiffs and defendants, view Bill as a go-to resource for preliminary and permanent injunctions, seizures of counterfeited and infringing goods, as well as in appeals and procedural orders in appellate courts. He previously served as adjunct professor of intellectual property law at San Jacinto College.
J.D., University of Texas School of Law, 1969, Phi Delta Phi