Schwabe Expands Intellectual Property Practice
The Seattle office of regional law firm Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt has expanded its intellectual property practice with the recent addition of attorney William Pigott.
Pigott will continue to focus his practice in the area of patent prosecution involving a wide range of technologies, including semiconductor processing, microelectronics, communication networks, computer hardware, and software. Prior to joining Schwabe, he was an associate at Seed Intellectual Property Group, PLLC. Before becoming an attorney, he worked as an image sensor product engineer at Micron Technologies. Pigott graduated from the University of Washington School of Law with a juris doctor degree.