Tim Billick

Tim Billick Intellectual Property Attorney

Before law school, my life was equal parts music, carpentry, and all things geeky. I have helped build dozens of homes, customize guitar pedals, assemble computers, ran a music venue, and recorded several albums. Because I grew up in an enormous family with loved ones who played a lot of board games and video games, I developed dispute resolution tactics at a young age. These are some of the reasons why I found my calling in intellectual property law as I enrolled in law school.

Law school was fun but helping people throughout my career has been far more rewarding.

I had the privilege of working with very talented attorneys in Seattle. I honed my skills by counseling businesses and individuals on how to resolve their disputes and protect their ideas. I am grateful for that experience and I have learned over the years that even modest-sized law firms can also make a huge impact on a client’s case.

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Counselor. Musician. Builder. Geek



Purdue University, B.S., 2010

University of Washington School of Law, J.D., 2013

2011 Summer Extern, U.S. District Court Judge Hon. Richard L. Young for S.D. Indiana

2012 Extern, Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office, Infractions Division

2013 Extern, Consumer Protection branch of the Federal Trade Commission

Editor, Washington Journal for Environmental Law and Policy

Member, Washington Technology Law and Public Policy Clinic

National Finalist, 2013 International Trademark Association Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Appellate Argument Competition

Bar Admissions

All Washington state and federal courts

United States Patent and Trademark Office (Reg. No. 77,334)

Awards, Memberships, and Presentations

Listed in national registry “Best Lawyers” for patent law and patent litigation, 2021 to present

Thomson Reuters® “Super Lawyers” Rising Star Award, 2016 to present

Copyright Society of the United States of America

International Trademark Association

Washington Lawyers for the Arts

Chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the King County Bar Association 2016-2018

Co-Presenter, “Intellectual Property Fundamentals for Creators,” Geek Girl Con, Nov. 2019

Presenter, “LinkedIn Can’t Shake the Scrapers: CFAA and Web Crawlers,” KCBA, Mar. 2020

Interview on The Markcast podcast, “Episode 84 – The (Fake) “Real’ USFL”, aired

NYT sues Microsoft, OpenAI for copyright infringement, NPR KUOW, Dec. 27, 2023.

Co-Presenter, “Tips and Tricks from the Court: Ask Me Anything Regarding Patent Litigation,” Seattle IP Inn of Court, April 18, 2024