William C. Groh

William C. Groh

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Intellectual Property Litigation Attorney in Louisville, CO

Thomas P. Howard, LLC
 | 842 West South Boulder Road, Suite 100
Louisville, CO 80027
Phone: 303-665-9845
Fax: 303-665-9847
Selected To Rising Stars: 2015 - 2020
Licensed Since: 2011
Practice Areas:
  • Intellectual Property Litigation (50%),
  • Business Litigation (50%)
    Attorney Profile

    Bill Groh is an experienced Colorado commercial and IP litigator who has represented individuals and smaller businesses in a variety of fields since 2005.  Attorney Groh regularly handles cases that involve both commercial litigation and intellectual property litigation concerns.  These include copyright infringement, trademark infringement, trade secret misappropriation, business breakups, partnership and LLC disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, conversion, civil theft.  For more information, please see Attorney Groh's firm website or call for a free initial consultation.

    About William Groh

    Admitted: 2011, Colorado

    Professional Webpage: https://www.thowardlaw.com/attorney/groh-william-c-iii/

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Federal courts generally agree that the Copyright Act greatly limits potential contribution and indemnification rights among co-defendants facing joint and several liability for copyright infringement. Westlaw Citation: 44-May Colo. Law. 49, Contribution and Indemnification Among Multiple Infringers, Colorado Lawyer, 2015
    • The amendments to rules governing Colorado and federal subpoenas promise substantial changes to subpoena practice. New CRCP 45 allows subpoenas solely for documents while significantly expanding procedures to protect information. New FRCP 45 clarifies the role of the trial court in hearing compliance-related motions and simplifies the rules governing service of out-of-state parties.  Westlaw Citation: 42-DEC Colo. Law. 57, The Changes to Colorado and Federal Civil Rule 45, The Colorado Lawyer, 2013
    • New and important changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (Federal Rules) took effect on December 1, 2015 and apply to all newly filed cases as well as currently pending cases "insofar as just and practicable."  The changes affect Rules 1, 4, 16, 26, 30, 31, 33, 34, 37, 55, and 84. They deal primarily with the scope of discovery, case management, and preservation of electronically stored information (ESI). The amendments generally reflect an effort to refocus litigants' ongoing obligation to conduct discovery efficiently and in appropriate proportion to the needs of the case at issue., The 2015 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, 45 The Colorado Lawyer 23 (Feb. 2016), 2016

    Educational Background:

    • University of Pennsylvania, B.A., Cum Laude with Distinction in American History, 2002
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    Office Location for William C. Groh

    842 West South Boulder Road
    Suite 100
    Louisville, CO 80027

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