“I am honoured to be a part of a team that is making headway against a deluge of patentable subject matter objections.”
Daniel’s area of expertise is electrical engineering. Having previously advised clients at US law firms including Weaver Austin Villeneuve & Sampson, he knows how important it is to fully understand a client’s invention to be able to obtain the most comprehensive protection for their IP.
In addition to his experience in the US, Daniel has also published a paper titled ‘Current Issues with Patenting Software’ for IEEE Potentials, regarding the landmark patentable subject matter decision in Alice Corp v. CLS Bank International (2014).
Daniel says the best part of his job is the opportunity it provides to learn about a wide variety of interesting technology and loves the challenge of applying for and asserting patents in a legal landscape that is, at times, subject to sweeping changes.
Daniel is currently studying a Masters of IP Law to become a registered Patent Attorney in Australia.
Juris Doctor – Santa Clara University, United States of America
Bachelor of Science (Electrical Engineering) – University of California Los Angeles, United States of America