Daniel Rose is a partner 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. Daniel 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. Daniel 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, Daniel 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. Daniel also holds an EIT certificate from the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
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Daniel 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. He participated in the McLaughlin Appellate Advocacy competition, the International Trademark Association’s Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition and the ABA Negotiation competition. Daniel is also the second place winner of the 2010 Boston Patent Law Association writing competition. Daniel earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell (2000, cum laude).