Bill Cass has tried cases as lead trial counsel before juries and judges involving millions in alleged damages for both plaintiffs and defendants involving all forms of intellectual property. Recently, Bill successfully defended Faro Technologies, Inc. in a two week jury trial in a case brought by Nikon Metrology, Inc., which involved laser scanners mounted on articulated coordinate measuring machines. His cases involve complex technology, including medical devices, circuitry, mechanical engineering, material science, chemistry, and computer software. Bill holds a mechanical engineering degree from Worcester Polytechnic institute, where he concentrated in robotics. He also holds a commercial multi-engine instrument rating and advises clients in aviation technology. Bill has spoken on topics concerning intellectual property internationally at EuroMold, Rapid (SME), and also at a recent White House Symposium on Additive Manufacturing. Bill has appeared throughout the United States in various federal courts.