Daniel Silverman is a litigation associate in O’Melveny’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice group, with a particular focus on patent litigation. Before attending law school, Daniel used his B.S. and M.A. degrees from Yale University to teach high school physics.
His favorite learning activity with students was making audio speakers out of magnets, copper wire, and everyday household items. Those teaching experiences enhance Daniel’s legal practice each day because he has an awareness for explaining complicated ideas in understandable ways.
Daniel puts his background to use assisting technology clients in patent and other intellectual property matters.
Defending distributor of Internet-based television content and movies against competitor in a patent infringement case relating to adaptive bitrate streaming (ABS) technology
Defending American software development company against patent infringement claims involving augmented reality games
Defending American software development company in a patent infringement case involving video game technology that includes user location information
US Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
University of California, Irvine School of Law, J.D.: magna cum laude; Senior Editor, UC Irvine Law Review
Yale University, M.A., Urban Education Studies
Yale University, B.S., Physics, Distinction in the Major
Honorable Judge Kent A. Jordan, US Court of Appeals, Third Circuit