In 2005, Dan was awarded the Temple University Diamond Research Scholarship in chemistry and worked for Dr. Eric Borguet’s Research Group, focusing his work on the surface chemistry of carbon nanotubes. Upon graduating from Temple University in 2007, Dan worked as an analytical chemist for Noramco Inc., a Jannsen Pharmaceutical Company of Johnson & Johnson.
Thereafter, Dan attended law school where he served for one year as a student law clerk to the Honorable Gregory M. Sleet, United States District Judge, District of Delaware. He also served as a Senior Staff Member of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, president of the Intellectual Property Society, and was awarded the Bruce & Elizabeth Monroe Intellectual Property Scholarship for his leadership and achievements relating to the study of IP law. In addition, Dan’s entry concerning certain copyright issues received first place recognition in the Pennsylvania Bar Association Intellectual Property Law Section’s 2012 Writing Competition.
Currently, Dan is an associate in the Litigation Group of the Washington, D.C. law firm of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C. Dan concentrates his practice in the area of patent litigation, including matters before federal district courts and before the United States International Trade Commission.