Daniel draws on his engineering background to serve intellectual property clients, predominantly in patent prosecution, opinion work, and all phases of trial practice. He works with global companies to protect innovations relating to medical devices, aerospace designs, and computer software. Having spent six years as a biomedical engineer, Daniel understands the complexities and challenges of technology design and implementation, and how these can be leveraged in patent applications and adverse proceedings.
Before transitioning into law, Daniel worked at med-tech startups involving neuro-stimulation treatments for obstructive sleep apnea, and ophthalmology treatments for cataracts and glaucoma. He is an inventor on four pending patents and has authored multiple academic publications. He graduated with honors from the William Mitchell College of Law where he held an editor position in an IP law journal. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Minnesota, double majoring in Biomedical Engineering and Human Physiology.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel Parrish