Daniel Rose

Senior Counsel

Overview

Daniel Rose is a senior counsel and intellectual property lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, where he is involved in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the areas of electronics, networking telecommunications, computer hardware and software, medical devices, and adaptive technologies. Mr. Rose has advised companies ranging from Fortune 1000 multinationals to basement startups in the areas of network security and cloud storage, bioinformatics and big data processing, and signal processing and communications. He provides advice on domestic and international patent portfolio development, infringement and patentability opinions, post-grant proceedings before the USPTO, and IP diligence for mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Rose also provides business intelligence and analysis based on domestic and foreign filing patterns of leading industry competitors.  He is a member of the Electronics Practice and the Technology Industry Team.

Prior to joining Foley, Mr. Rose was a patent agent for two years at Choate, Hall & Stewart LLP. He has a decade of experience in electrical and broadcast engineering and was the assistant chief engineer for the WBUR Group, Boston’s National Public Radio affiliate. His responsibilities included AM and FM transmitter maintenance, analog and digital circuit diagnosis and repair, and design and programming of computer networking and automation systems. Mr. Rose also holds an EIT certificate from the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.

Education

Mr. Rose earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School (J.D., 2011, magna cum laude) with a concentration in intellectual property and specialization in patent law. He also has received an Academic Trustee Scholarship, an Academic Leadership Scholarship and Jurisprudence Awards recognizing him as best in class in contracts, torts, and criminal law, and participated in the McLaughlin Appellate Advocacy competition, the International Trademark Association’s Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition, and the ABA Negotiation competition. Mr. Rose is also the 2nd place winner of the 2010 Boston Patent Law Association writing competition. Mr. Rose earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell (2000, cum laude).

Admissions

Mr. Rose is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark office.

Selected Publications and Presentations

  • “Industry-Specific Aggregate Patent Filing Strategy Analyses,” presentations to private companies, 2010 – 2017
  • Firm-internal presentations on patent prosecution and recent case law, 2008 – 2017
  • “Top Patent Prosecution Cases of 2014,” presentation to a private company, February 2015
  • “SEPs and the FRAND Obligation: Latest Trends in Court Decisions,” presentation to a private company, January 2015
  • “IP Considerations for Entrepreneurs,” MassChallenge, September 2014
  • “Everything You’ve Heard About Patent Law Is Wrong,” PAX East Exposition, March 2013
  • “Money, Compliments, and Publicity,” International Game Developers Association, December 2012
  • “Securing Trade Dress Protection through Design Patents,” presentations to private companies, 2012
  • “Patent Pooling and Misuse: Issues in Establishing Industry Technical Standards,” Suffolk University Law School, November 2010
  • “Statutory Damages in Copyright Law: When is Willful Infringement Not Willful?” Suffolk University Law School, December 2009*
  • Research assistant/technical editor, “Global Internet Law in a Nutshell,” Michael Rustad, West, ISBN 9780314195227, January 2009
  • "Murphy’s Law," Radio World Engineering Extra, January 2007
  • "Marantz PMD-660 Flash Recorder," Radio World, March 2006
  • "How to Succeed in the Business of Audio," Boston Audio Engineering Society, February 2001
  • "Non-Music Recording in Boston," Boston Audio Engineering Society, April 2000

Representative Matters

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Developed and prosecuted worldwide patent portfolio for Citrix Networking Division —Enterprise and Cloud Networking Solutions, which is directed to networking appliances.

Capabilities

Insights

Federal Circuit’s Decision in University of Florida Research Foundation v. General Electric Raises Questions with Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance
04 March 2019
IP Litigation Current
New USPTO Guidance on Patent Subject Matter Eligibility Seeks to Standardize Abstract Idea Analysis
07 January 2019
Legal News: Electronics

Forward-Publishing Your Patents? Best and Worst Case Scenarios...

13 March 2014
JD Supra Law Matters
ESI New York 2019
23 April 2019
New York, NY
Recent Developments You Should Know About Patent Subject Matter Eligibility
08 February 2019
Webinar