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Robyn T. Williams

Robyn T. Williams

Devlin Law Firm
  • Intellectual Property, Trademarks, Patents...
  • New York
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Ms. Williams’ practice focuses on Intellectual Property and general business. She handles patent, trademark, and copyright prosecution and litigation matters. Additionally, Ms. Williams advises clients on general business issues including IP portfolio assessment and management; IP licensing; and brand monetization.

Utilizing her vast experience in the areas of risk management and due diligence, Ms. Williams works with emerging growth businesses counseling on risk reduction and capitalization.

Ms. Williams' pro bono efforts are guided toward criminal justice reform, reduction of the recidivism rate, and diversity in the legal industry. She is a current Board member with Second Chance Center in Aurora, CO.

Practice Areas
  • Intellectual Property
  • Trademarks
  • Patents
  • Business Law
  • Entertainment & Sports Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Copyright Law
  • Emerging Growth Business
  • Brand Management
  • Free Consultation
    Free 15 minute consultation with appointment.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New York
New York State Office of Court Administration
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Devlin Law Firm
Law Clerk - Intellectual Property Group
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott
Due Diligence Team Lead
Rowan Innovation Venture Fund
Intern - Global Patents
Regional Commercial Risk Field Representative
Verisk Analytics
University of Houston - Victoria
B.S. | Biology
Honors: Magna Cum Laude
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Drexel University School of Law
J.D. | Intellectual Property Concentration
Honors: Outstanding Service Honors - Pro Bono Program
Activities: Due Diligence Fellow, Keiretsu Forum Mid-Atlantic Private Equity Investment Group
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Professional Associations
American Bar Association
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American Intellectual Property Law Association
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Federal Bar Assoiciation
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New York State Bar Association
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Websites & Blogs
Robyn Williams's Attorney Profile
Devlin Law Firm LLC Website
Legal Answers
30 Questions Answered

Q. We are a leading manufacturer of dairy goods from New Zealand , want trademark from USA , can any one help me regarding
A: Hi Jhimli, Our firm can assist Milkio Foods with securing a U.S. trademark. Please email me at so that we may discuss the process. - Robyn T. Williams, Esq.
Q. it's more than 7 years I started to reveal my invention in USPTO by official lawyer, then no ending result and pending?
A: Hi Abbas, Prosecution in the U.S. Patent Office is sometimes a lengthy process taking several years. If you want to take your product to market there may be additional ways to provide other protection depending on the type of product you intend to release. Please email me at to set up a call to discuss. Robyn T. Williams, Esq.
Q. It was my idea for the slide to cover phone cameras I got inventionland caught red handed stealing it by fake Litigation
A: Additional information is required to properly assess your claim to IP rights. Email me at to set up time for a call to discuss. Robyn T. Williams, Esq.
Q. We are indie game developer from Egypt, we have issue with HASBRO the holder of Monopoly trademark?
A: It sounds like Hasbro reported you for trademark infringement. The answer to your question requires review of all of the facts. Email me at to set up a call to discuss. Robyn T. Williams, Esq.
Q. Small business question here, located in New Hampshire.
A: The answer to your question involves a bit more than name comparison. At least trade channels, zone of natural expansion, and use of the senior mark should also be considered. If you are starting a business, it is a good idea to engage an IP attorney to complete a clearance search for the name and logo you intend to use. Our firm handles these matters. Email me at if you'd like to discuss the process.
Q. I wanted to find out if my product was considered a patent infringement (is there a way to attach a picture?)
A: You will need to engage an IP attorney to prepare a freedom to operate analysis. My firm handles such matters. Please email me at if I can be of further assistance.
Q. Would use a name like 'Madhatter Custom PC Mods' for a business, YouTube channel or Social Media name infringe on Disney
A: If you'd like to use "Madhatter Custom PC Mods" for a PC modification business, this likely not an infringing use. Having an IP attorney complete a clearance search for the name being considered is best before you expend resources on commercial projects. Robyn T. Williams (929) 900-5014
Q. Is it possible to create an agreement that would give all IP rights produced by one company to another?
A: The answer to your question depends on the type of IP rights you are seeking to transfer. If you are talking about patents, you can do an assignment agreement for a group of patents/applications that will have to be recorded in the patent office for each patent/application. This agreement will cover past patents/applications. It is best to execute a new assignment for new patents/applications. You can have a form agreement drafted that you can use going forward. If the IP holding company intends to license its patents/applications, much care should be taken regarding which patents are transferred to the holding company and to whom it grants licenses. If you are seeking to transfer trademarks, you can draft and assignment agreement assigning all existing trademarks (enumerated) to your IP holding company. It is best to just file new trademark applications in the name of the IP holding company for future marks. If you are seeking to transfer copyrights, you can draft an assignment agreement assigning all copyrights and works to the IP holding company. Future copyright assignment may depend on the existence of other agreements such as licenses and/or work for hire agreements. This process can be very tedious and there are many factors to be considered in transferring a group of IP assets. I strongly recommend engaging an IP attorney to draft and file the agreements and create template agreements that you can use going forward.
Q. Can I use public domain images and audio (clipart/stock images) for a NonCommercial radio show advertisment?
A: You should not use images that are not licensed for commercial purposes. Although you do not make money from your show, the radio station is a commercial entity. If you want to use photos for show advertisements, I'd highly recommend purchasing the correct license. You don't want to be liable for willful copyright infringement.
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