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.
Coauthor, “Is It Really That Obvious? A Tale of Two Decisions,” IPWatchDog.com (April 2017)
Coauthor, “Changes in Patent Language to Ensure Eligibility Under Alice,” IPWatchdog.com (December 2017)