Daniel Jordan focuses on patent prosecution and litigation across the mechanical and electrical arts. He represents clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and various district courts.
Daniel drafts and prosecutes patent applications for a range of technologies, including hydraulic systems, water treatment, computer networks, cybersecurity, financial services and business systems, and data analysis. He also has experience in numerous aspects of litigation, including pre-litigation investigations, discovery, conducting legal research, and post-trial motions.
Prior to joining Finnegan, Daniel spent a decade in the construction industry, focusing on the design and construction of heavy civil infrastructure, utility projects, and commercial facilities. He worked extensively with geotextile fabrics, post-tensioning systems, and various road and bridge technologies. Daniel’s utility experience includes construction of electrical transmission and distribution systems, communications infrastructure, water and wastewater treatment technologies, and a waste-to-energy plant powered by anaerobic digestors. He built several commercial facilities and is well-versed in steel structural systems, post-tensioning reinforced concrete technologies, and building energy management systems.
Daniel is passionate about pro-bono work. He interned with the National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP), an organization dedicated to ensuring disabled veterans receive military service benefits to which they are entitled. He continues to support NVLSP in his private practice by representing veterans before the Army and Navy Discharge Review Boards and the Board for the Correction of Military Records.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel M. Jordan