Daniel Lee’s practice includes working with domestic and foreign clients in all phases of patent procurement ― from drafting and filing applications to obtaining allowances. He helps companies of all sizes, ranging from startups to Fortune 500 corporations, manage their intellectual property portfolios in a wide array of technical fields. Daniel also develops and provides tailored patent strategies for clients, to ensure that all of their business interests and goals are met.
Daniel aims to provide clients with a clear view and understanding of their options. In addition to patent prosecution, he has experience with freedom-to-operate analysis, due diligence investigations and analysis, and research into underlying complex legal issues. He has also been on patent litigation teams in which he helped manage pre-trial procedures, including claim construction and discovery. This experience and insight on enforcement informs Daniel’s counsel with regard to application drafting and claim strategy, keeping an eye on potential litigation down the road.
Daniel holds a degree in Chemistry from the University of Virginia, and gained research and laboratory experience at the National Institute of Health (NIH) prior to law school. Before joining BoMc, Daniel practiced with a nationally-recognized intellectual property boutique firm in the greater New York area.
- Worked closely with a large foreign chemical company to help obtain several commercially valuable patents.
- Assisted a toy and animation company successfully settle a U.S. district court case involving a product that generated US$1 billion in sales as part of a litigation team.
- District of Columbia
- New Jersey
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- The George Washington University Law School, J.D., May 2017
- University of Virginia, B.A., Chemistry, May 2014
- Author. “USPTO Finds that Artificial Intelligence Cannot be a Legal Inventor,” BoMc Blog, May 7, 2020.