William and Mary Law School
(J.D.) – 2014
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
(B.S. Information Technology) – 2011
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)
Virginia Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section
William Gvoth is a patent attorney specializing in patent preparation and prosecution before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He has represented various clients in a wide range of technical fields, including telecommunications, computer networking, computer hardware and software systems, internet-related systems, and business methods.
William is a graduate of William and Mary Law School, where he was a notes editor for the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal. He attended Virginia Tech where his studies and industry experience focused on designing and implementing software and computer-based systems.
In his spare time, he volunteers as a member of the communications committee for the Virginia State Bar.
Author, Case Summary, “Two-Way Media LTD v. Comcast Cable Communications, LLC, et al.,” (January 2018).
Coauthor, “Changes in Patent Language to Ensure Eligibility Under Alice,” IPWatchdog.com (December 2017).
Coauthor, “Is It Really That Obvious? A Tale of Two Decisions,” IPWatchDog.com (April 2017).