Daniel Klodowski’s practice focuses on post-grant proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), litigating patents in district court and at the International Trade Commission (ITC), and prosecuting patent applications in several mechanical and electrical technologies.
Daniel has a breadth of experience in intellectual property law, with a particular focus on post-grant proceedings before the PTAB. Having appeared in dozens of PTAB proceedings, Daniel has both drafted successful petitions to invalidate patents and successful patent owner responses to maintain patent validity. He has argued before the Board at two oral hearings concerning four PTAB proceedings.
Daniel maintains a litigation practice in district courts, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and at the ITC. He has also prosecuted dozens of patent applications in several technology areas.
Daniel has technical experience primarily in the mechanical and electrical fields, including computer networking and business software, cable television networks, automotive propulsion and tire technology, medical devices, robotics, consumer electronics, consumer mechanical devices, exercise equipment, hydroelectric power generators, hydrogen fuel cells and batteries, nanotechnology, and aircraft fire suppression systems.
Daniel’s pro bono experience includes representing disability claimants before administrative law judges of the Social Security Administration and assisting veterans with disability claims.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel F. Klodowski