about us

Over the last seven years, practitioners at Williams Intellectual Property have written more than 500 utility patent applications for clients across the world.  


Combining a strong, personal customer service ethic, technical writing skills, and a hard science background, Ben Williams and his team will work for you to bring your idea to fruition through the complex labyrinth and changing landscape of the United States Patent and Trademark Office.  


A good patent is key to protecting your idea through each phase of development to market.  And the patenting process is often daunting and confusing.  Don't make the common mistakes – Ben’s team can help you every step of the way, from disclosure to issue.  Call our office today for a free consultation.  We are always happy to hear from you.

Based in Denver, near to the USPTO's Rocky Mountain Regional Office, one of four satellite branches of the USPTO across the country, Williams Intellectual Property is ideally placed to represent you in the United States and abroad.

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Ben Williams–Reg. No. 70,416

Ben was born in Washington D.C., but was educated in England before graduating from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 2000 with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management. Before starting Williams Intellectual Property, Ben worked for the USDA and the NRCS. Ben’s skill set comes through his extensive work in pedology: the morphology, genesis, and classification of soils, an applied science combining chemistry, biology, and physics, across complex systems and heterogeneous media. Ben started writing patents for attorneys at a high volume patent firm, learning patent law through hands-on, practical experience. Additionally, Ben has worked as an award-winning journalist and creative writer. 

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TIM SNYDER–Reg. No. 73,484

Tim Snyder is a registered Patent Agent with over four years' experience helping inventors and companies protect their intellectual property.  He attended the University of Colorado where he received a bachelor’s degree in chemical and biological engineering and a master’s degree in bioengineering.  His technical specialties include medical devices, medical imaging, translational medicine, and mechanical and electromechanical systems. In addition to prosecuting patent applications, he has extensive experience helping companies manage their IP portfolios, formulate IP strategy, investigate the IP landscape, and develop an IP program for their inventors and employees.