Daniel represents technology companies in all aspects of intellectual property litigation. Daniel’s practice spans a wide array of technologies, such as video coding and encryption, software, hardware, telecommunications, magnetic recording media, medical devices, battery cells, chemical products, and a variety of consumer facing products.
Daniel has represented clients in intellectual property matters in federal district courts across the country, the International Trade Commission, and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. He has experience in all phases of litigation, including pre-trial investigations, discovery, claim construction, dispositive motion practice and trials. Daniel has achieved favorable results for his clients across venues. Since 2020, Best Lawyers in America has consistently recognized Daniel in its Ones to Watch list for Intellectual Property Law.
Before practicing intellectual property litigation, Daniel focused on intellectual property transactions and patent prosecution. In doing so, Daniel maintained an active patent prosecution docket and worked with clients to effectively develop and manage their patent portfolios both in the U.S. and abroad. Daniel leverages his previous experience as a patent prosecutor when representing clients in intellectual property disputes.