September 26, 2021

Volume XI, Number 269

Daniel M. Attaway

Daniel has practiced law in Delaware for over a decade and in that time has represented various clients in both Delaware state court and in the District of Delaware. Daniel primarily represents life sciences patent holders in Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) and related patent litigation, but also has experience representing clients defending against non-practicing entity (NPE) lawsuits and in trade secrets cases. In addition, Daniel serves as Delaware counsel for out of state clients before the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.

Daniel has been described as a skilled patent litigator and a “brilliant writer and oral advocate.” In addition, Daniel has extensive experience in managing complex cases that require extensive document discovery, both in the United States and abroad. Daniel also has experience in working with experts in various disciplines for testing, infringement analysis, and validity analysis. Recently, Daniel also has gained extensive experience in organizing and managing remote trials and depositions. 

Daniel serves on Womble’s diversity committee and is co-chair of the firm’s IP content committee. Recently, he was part of a group of attorneys who helped to found Womble PRIDE—Womble’s LGBTQ+2 affinity group. In addition, Daniel is co-chair of Delaware’s state high school mock trial competition and serves as the Programming Director for the Richard S. Rodney Inn of Court. He is recognized as an attorney who “gives back to the community in many ways.”

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel M. Attaway

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