Daniel was born in Evanston, Illinois. He received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Bowling Green State University. While attending Bowling Green, Daniel proudly played rugby with the Bowling Green Rugby Football Club.
Daniel earned a J.D. from the University of Toledo College of Law, where he was awarded the prestigious Dean’s Scholarship for all three years of his attendance. During his attendance at Toledo College of Law, Daniel clerked for a leading Toledo law firm, assisting attorneys on diverse cases such as divorces, personal injuries, will contests, and labor negotiations. During his second summer break of law school, Daniel was a summer associate for a mid-size Manhattan Intellectual Property firm.
Following graduation from law school, Daniel worked for several years under the guidance and tutelage of seasoned Manhattan Intellectual Property attorneys. Daniel continued his tutelage in a Boston Intellectual Property law firm. Now, Daniel brings his experience and training to New England Patent & Trademark.
Licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the State of New York, Daniel has extensive experience preparing and prosecution patent applications for independent inventors, small businesses, and large companies. Daniel also has extensive experience helping small business owners obtain federal registration for their trademarks.
When not advising clients on Intellectual Property issues, Daniel enjoys reading and exploring all the wonders of New England.