Smith Katzenstein and Jenkins is pleased to announce that Daniel Taylor has joined the firm as an associate and will be primarily working in the firm’s IP litigation practice. Dan joins the firm after serving most recently as a judicial law clerk to Chief Magistrate Judge Mary Pat Thynge.
Dan graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maine School of Law where he served on the Maine Law Review. He received his undergraduate degree in Engineering Mechanics from Johns Hopkins University.
Following law school, Dan served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Sue L. Robinson of the District of Delaware and then as a court law clerk to the District of Delaware’s Magistrate Judges and visiting judges for matters involving intellectual property. Dan later worked as an associate with a major national patent firm.
Dan is a registered Patent Attorney who has prosecuted patent applications, evaluated patent portfolios, responded to office actions and drafted appeal briefs.