Trusted counselor to serial entrepreneurs, angel investors, and boards of startups and emerging companies.
Bill works with startups and emerging tech companies, their founders and investors. He blogs daily at Counselor @ Law.
Bill usually works with companies from inception, typically through their entire lifecycle. He's also worked with angels and among angel groups, and has served inside startups and emerging companies as counsel, officer and board director.
- Startup lawyer: Bill formed and represented some of the first ventures of the dot com era, including F5 Networks, Union Street and TerraHop Networks. Bill's current clients include General UI, Hoaloha Robotics, IdentityMine, Iota, Quu, Tamarac and Uber Entertainment.
- Angel organizer: Bill draws on his experience as an angel investor. Today, he represents individual angels and serves on the Advisory Council to the the Angel Capital Association Public Policy Committee.
- In house: Bill has worked in house as counsel, officer and/or director at Tamarac, Bot.Net and Who's Calling.
Bill directed the first feature shot in high-definition: Dot Con, a black comedy set in a fictional Seattle startup. It aired often (usually after midnight!) in the early days of HDNet. For a charitable, anonymous review of the movie, click here.