Daniel P. Withers Associate

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Daniel’s practice extends across a broad swath of intellectual property domains and subject matters, from litigation matters such as representing generic drug companies in Hatch-Waxman litigation to transactional matters such as performing intellectual property due diligence for mergers and acquisitions.

Daniel’s employs his background in biomedical engineering in his litigation practice for Hatch-Waxman matters on behalf of generic drug companies. He also utilizes his intellectual property concentration from law school to litigate various other intellectual property matters, such as representing patent owners in an infringement dispute involving hydraulic fracturing technologies, representing an international fashion company in a trademark and trade dress litigation, and representing trademark owners in opposition proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Daniel further works to help his clients in matters before litigation, both assisting in pre-litigation intellectual property enforcement and assisting in responding to pre-litigation allegations of infringement.

Daniel’s transactional practice includes performing intellectual property and data privacy due diligence in mergers and acquisitions, drafting licensing agreements, drafting software development agreements, advising on open-source license compliance, and advising in matters involving intellectual property security agreements.

Daniel graduated magna cum laude from the Texas A&M University School of Law with a concentration in intellectual property. During law school, Daniel served on the school’s law review publication as a citations editor. Prior to law school, Daniel received a Master of Science degree in biomedical engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas. For his masters, Daniel completed a thesis on p53-related miRNA networks by utilizing CRISPR technologies. Before joining the Dallas office full-time, Daniel was a 2020 summer associate for the firm.