William M. Hobby, III

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Biography

Phi Delta Phi. United States Patent Examiner, 1963-1965. Author: "New Reissue Rules and Practice in the Patent Office and Patent Licensing since Lear v. Adkins," CLE Course Book, 1978 "Patents," 48 Florida Bar Journal 5, 1974; "Copyrights," 48 Florida Bar Journal 5, 1974.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Intellectual Property
  • Patents
  • Trademark
  • Copyright Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
407-644-8888  Phone
407-645-3200  Fax
University Attended:
University of Florida, B.I.E., 1959
Law School Attended:
Tulane University of Louisiana; George Washington University, J.D., 1963
Year of First Admission:
1964
Admission:
1967, Florida; 1964, District of Columbia; 1968, U.S. Supreme Court
Memberships:
Orange County (Assistant Editor, The Briefs, 1978-1981) and American (Member, Patent, Trademark and Copyright Section, 1965-1977) Bar Associations; Bar Association of the District of Columbia; The Florida Bar (Chairman, Patent, Trademark and Copyright Committee, 1973-1974); American Intellectual Property Law Association.
Birth Information:
Millen, Georgia, August 5, 1935
ISLN:
906452255

Peer Reviews

5.0/5.0
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Winter Park, Florida

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