Patent and Intellectual Property Litigation
Dan has represented some of the world’s largest industrial, medical device and telecommunications companies in patent litigation. He has tried cases, as well as handled numerous preliminary injunction matters, Markman hearings and dispositive motion hearings, in dozens of patent infringement matters. He also advises and counsels on IPRs and other proceedings before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Dan’s experience includes the following technologies: complex polymer chemistry, wireless communications protocols, chemistry and chemical engineering technologies, arterial stents, telecommunication networking architecture, GIS/geo-location technologies and database management, QR code technologies, and internet-related technologies.
Dan also represents clients in software and licensing disputes, including copyright and trade secrets disputes.
Technology and Artificial Intelligence Counseling
Technology, intellectual assets and data have emerged as the most important assets a client may maintain. Dan collaborates with clients to assess risk factors and prepare strategies for pursuing and/or implementing new technologies. His work includes patent/trade secret strategy development for AI development entities, and counseling clients in the risks associated with implementing AI and related technologies.
- Northwestern University Law School — Adjunct Professor, teaches courses in Patent Law
- Loyola University School of Law — Previously co-taught Patent Litigation