Daniel focuses on helping clients protect their intellectual property. He has extensive experience with a wide variety of intellectual property matters, including post-grant proceedings, patent prosecution, due diligence, and licensing. His practice encompasses a wide breadth of technology, such as computer hardware and software, telecommunications, video coding, medical devices, mechanical tape cartridges, robotics, semiconductors, and manufacturing processes.
Daniel has taken a leading role in handling several inter partes review matters by developing invalidity grounds, drafting petitions, and writing patent owner responses. He maintains an active patent prosecution docket, and works with clients to effectively develop and manage their patent portfolios both domestically and internationally. Daniel has also been actively involved in many due diligence matters, helping companies evaluate and assess the value of an existing patent portfolio as part of a larger corporate transaction.