Bruce Wolstoncroft is co-chair of the Firm’s Intellectual Property Practice group and also leads the Patent division of the firm.
Bruce’s experience in Intellectual Property and Patent Law includes patent preparation and prosecution; validity and infringement opinions; negotiating and drafting license agreements related to patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets; formulation and implementation of intellectual property strategies for global business ventures; determination of litigation strategies and monitoring of on-going litigation; and drafting and implementation of intellectual property agreements, confidentiality agreements and other agreements relating to technology transfer. Bruce has been recognized as a Certified Licensing Professional by the Licensing Executive Society.
Prior to joining McNees Wallace & Nurick, Bruce worked for six years as General Intellectual Property Counsel with Armstrong World Industries. He also spent 13 years with AMP Incorporated as a patent attorney, licensing counsel and Director of Patents.
Bruce practices out of the firm’s Lancaster, PA office and resides in Lititz with his wife, Helen and son.
Licensing Executives Society
American Intellectual Property Association
American Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Lancaster Bar Association, Past President
Lancaster Bar Association Foundation, Past Board Member
Lancaster Day Care Center, Past Board Member
Demuth Foundation, Past President
Carnegie-Mellon University, B.S., Civil Engineering; Engineering and Public Policy, 1982
University of Pittsburgh School of Law, J.D., 1985