Daniel J. Ford Principal

Principal

Daniel J. Ford focuses his practice on the preparation and prosecution of domestic and international patent applications, particularly in the areas of computer hardware and wireless communications. Mr. Ford also has experience in several other areas of intellectual property law, including offensive and defensive patent analyses, licensing transactions and technology transfers, domain name dispute resolution, and litigation involving patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and unfair competition.

AREAS OF EXPERIENCE
–  Patent Preparation & Prosecution
–  Prior Art Searching & Analysis
–  Intellectual Property Litigation
–  Non-Infringement & Invalidity Opinions
–  Intellectual Property Licensing & Transactions
–  Domain Name Dispute Resolution

TECHNOLOGICAL BACKGROUND
–  Computer Hardware & Software
–  Wireless Communications
–  Forward Error Correction & Coding
–  Timing Circuits & Clock Generation
–  Computer Storage Systems & Memory
–  Semiconductor Fabrication
–  Medical Devices
–  Waveguides & Optical Devices

EDUCATION
Mr. Ford holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Nebraska, a Master of Electrical Engineering from Rice University, and a Juris Doctorate from Loyola University of New Orleans, where he served as a contributing author and Editorial Board member of the Loyola Law & Technology Annual.

ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
–  State of Colorado
–  United States Patent & Trademark Office