Daniel Hulseberg has developed an extensive intellectual property law practice with several Fortune 500 corporations, handling extensive IP diligence, transactions, product development, patent prosecution, and litigation strategy.
Mr. Hulseberg regularly counsels clients and supervises due diligence reviews for a wide range of transactions, and negotiates and drafts agreements for acquisitions, licenses, and technology transfers. He also develops and implements strategies to merge, integrate and develop acquired technology for synergistic results and cost efficiencies.
Additionally, Mr. Hulseberg performs detailed assessments and improvements of corporate trade secret programs to enhance protection of the valuable intellectual property rights.
Mr. Hulseberg performs sophisticated product clearance assessments and guides product development to minimize intellectual property risks in a variety of industries, including structural heart, diabetes care, cardiovascular, orthopedic, and diagnostic medical devices; consumer products and packaging; petroleum and energy technologies, and financial and insurance products and related business methods. He also develops programs to monitor relevant patent activities, and counsels clients and provides opinions in support of product launch and patent litigation.
Additionally, Mr. Hulseberg manages patent estates involving several thousand patent and trademark matters, including supervising and performing all phases of patent and trademark prosecution in the United States and throughout the world. He also develops and implements programs to monitor intellectual property activities by competitors, and facilitates and manages internal innovation efforts.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Hulseberg worked as a structural and acoustics engineer for General Dynamics’ Electric Boat Division and for Tracor Applied Sciences, and as a Patent Examiner with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.