Tom Wilhelm Retires From Northwind
Tom Wilhelm retired from Northwind IP Law, effective March 29th, 2019.
A New Line of Defense
Stephen Jensen, president and senior patent attorney at Northwind IP Law, comments on the newly passed ‘Defend Trade Secrets Act’ which gives companies more power to protect their trade secrets.
Wilhelm Law renamed Northwind IP Law
Law firm’s name and brand change, commitment to the craft remains
Appleton, Wis. (May 2, 2016) – as of May 1, 2016, Wilhelm Law, an intellectual property (IP) law firm, will be known as Northwind IP Law. The name change comes as a result of the law firm’s reflection on updating goals and services provided.
“The name change to Northwind IP Law is a way for us to recalibrate as we move forward into the future and embrace new opportunities,” Stephen Jensen, patent attorney, owner, and president said. “We are proud of the past 30 years under the name Wilhelm Law and although our name is changing, the dedication we have provided to our clients will continue.”
The origin of the new name is from its location in the heart of the Fox Cities and New North. “Innovation is all around us, here, and throughout the state. Protecting that innovation by working closely with our clients is what drives us,” added Jensen.
Northwind IP Law, S.C., formerly Wilhelm Law, is a privately held, intellectual property (IP) law firm dedicated to providing its clients with personal attention and careful guidance in IP law matters. Headquartered in Appleton, Wis., Northwind IP Law’s services extend to more than 70 countries and include patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret law, and related matters. To learn more, visit northwindlaw.com.
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Law Basketball Tournament with Thomas Connelly
Tom Connelly, one of our patent attorneys, has been recognized by his alma mater for his pioneering work in setting up a law school basketball tournament years ago. The tournament remains a popular diversion for law students and alumni alike.
(Reprinted with permission of the copyright holder, Western New England University School of Law.)
Wilhelm Law Firm Changes Hands