An engineer, entrepreneur, and small-business advocate, Sahara Williams combines a technical background, business operational experience, and legal training to help individuals and businesses establish, protect, and fully utilize their intellectual property.
Sahara is engaged in matters involving patent prosecution and litigation, IP assets, licensing, data privacy, and compliance. In essence, she helps innovators protect and defend their inventions. Sahara also uses her experiences as an entrepreneur to support other business owners, because she understands their needs and challenges.
In the course of her professional life, Sahara has been a civil engineer and a program manager before opening her own engineering and construction management firm, which she owned and operated for nine years.
Sahara makes it a priority to keep abreast of regulatory and public policy issues, particularly those impacting her clients’ IP-related ideas and endeavors.
Outside of her practice, Sahara enjoys exploring the great outdoors and caring for her animals on her horse ranch.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Sahara Williams, P.E.