Steven Daniels has over twenty years of experience in the litigation of intellectual property disputes, including patent, trademark, and trade dress infringement, and trade secret misappropriation, trademark infringement, as well as in the litigation of contract disputes and of claims arising out of allegations of unfair trade practices and unfair competition.
He has served as lead counsel in cases in district courts throughout the country, in the ITC, in the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, and in state courts in Texas, California, and Georgia, and has provided strategic counseling in cases in the European Union, Canada, and Asia, as well as with respect to patent portfolio evaluation, monetization, licensing, patent reexamination and inter partes review proceedings, and patent acquisition.
Mr. Daniels has represented clients ranging from Fortune 50 Corporations to individuals and sole proprietorships. Mr. Daniels’ intellectual property experience comprises many technologies, such as, medical devices, gaming devices, computer hardware and software, wireless devices, semiconductors, and pharmaceuticals.
Mr. Daniels’ experience includes advising the parties regarding intellectual property issues likely to arise during the negotiation of the United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement and providing seminars and lecures on American intellectual property law to judges and patent examiners of the Korean Intellectual Property Office and the Korean Innovators Forum.
- University of New Mexico, B.A., English with Minor in Biochemistry , 1987
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.A., English, 1992
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D., 1995
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Austin Intellectual Property Law Association
- Federal Circuit Bar Association
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