Larry D. Williams Jr., Ph.D.
Larry is a registered patent attorney. He has a Ph.D. in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University and a B.S. in Chemistry from Wright State University. Larry focuses on patent prosecution and counseling in the chemical and medical device sectors to help derive value from his clients’ inventions.
Larry’s scholarly contributions include novel polymer systems for energy generation and storage, as well as small molecule enzymatic inhibitors for pharmaceutical and pesticide applications and total syntheses of marine natural products.
Technical experience: Cosmetics, food colorings, organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, pharmaceuticals, process chemistry, materials science, orthodontic device, medical devices including laser treatment systems, and mechanical engineering sectors.
- “Intellectual Property Issues Important for Both Nonprofit and For-Profit Companies,” Thompson Hine Business Law Update, Spring 2017
- Co-author, “Mentoring Is Dead … Long Live Mentoring,” The Bencher, 2014
- Cincinnati Bar Association
- Richard K. Herrmann Technology American Inn of Court, mentoring coordinator (2012-2014)
- Northern Kentucky University Research Foundation, board member