Daniel Sternberg is an associate in the Firm's Intellectual Property Group. Daniel has represented clients in all aspects of IP litigation in District Court and the ITC. Dan's primary focus is in telecommunications, circuit design, software, and medical devices. Daniel also has experience providing IP due diligence support.
Prior to joining the firm, Daniel clerked for Chief Judge Prost at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and for Judge Castel at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Daniel holds an MS degree in computer science from the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, as well as an MBA degree from the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. Before law school, Daniel worked as a senior software engineer at a leading software company in the Boston area, where he developed data visualization and data exploration tools for their flagship product.
Defended a software company against claims of patent infringement relating to relational databases brought by a non-practicing entity in district court, securing an exceptional case finding and an award of attorney fees after obtaining a pre-trial dismissal with prejudice on behalf of the defendant.*
Represented an international optical company in prosecuting claims of patent infringement relating to digital cameras at the International Trade Commission. The case settled favorably after a favorable initial determination.*
Represented a lithography company in prosecuting claims of patent infringement relating to photolithography at the International Trade Commission. The case settled favorably before the evidentiary hearing.*
Represented a leading technical company in offensive and defensive infringement actions relating to power management at the International Trade Commission and district court. The case settled favorably.*
Represented a cellular phone manufacturer in offensive and defensive infringement actions relating to cellular telephone networks in district court. The case settled favorably before trial.*