Daniel has experience in patent prosecution and patent litigation. Daniel has been prosecuting patents in fields ranging from micro electronic device packaging, software, global positioning system (GPS) navigation technology, biological waste processing, storage systems, mobile applications, semiconductor manufacturing and test, chemical systems, and test systems. Prior to practicing law, Daniel worked as a chemical research engineer for composite technology at Cytec Engineered Materials and City and County of San Francisco Water Pollution Control Division/

Daniel received his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from University of California, Berkeley and Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University School of Law.  Daniel has been admitted to practice in California and admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).