Daniel Shuminer works with clients on all aspects of intellectual property portfolio protection, particularly with electrical and telecommunications technologies. He partners with clients to develop and implement comprehensive protection strategies, both domestically and abroad. His work entails advising clients throughout the lifecycle of a patent from invention harvesting and due diligence to drafting freedom-to-operate and noninfringement opinions, as well as assisting clients through the complex patent prosecution process. Daniel also counsels clients regarding post-grant proceedings.
Daniel’s previous work experience includes time spent with IBM, where he assisted prosecuting patents in the fields of computer networking, computer software, and data analytics. He also served as an extern with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, where he assisted in examining and evaluating semiconductor patent applications. While in law school, Daniel was selected to join the Emory TI:GER® Program where he partnered with PhD and MBA students to devise commercialization strategizes to move academic research from the lab to the marketplace.
Daniel earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida and his law degree from Emory University School of Law. While in law school, Daniel served as a mentor in the Latin American Law Students Association, served as Vice President of the IP Law Society, and drafted an article on patent trolls for the Privacy and Technology Law Institute.
University of Florida (Bachelor of Science)
Emory University (Juris Doctor, with a certificate in Intellectual Property)
- Patent Office Post Grant Proceedings
- Patent Prosecution
- Patent Search Services
- Business Methods
- Computer Hardware & Software
- Electrical Engineering