Daniel Melman is a Partner in the Patent Litigation Group at Pearl Cohen’s New York office.
He is an experienced intellectual property litigation and trial attorney, with a focus on patents, trade secrets, and other complex matters across various technologies and industries. He concentrates his practice on the protection and enforcement of intellectual property assets and defending clients against claims of infringement.
Daniel has taken lead roles in all aspects and phases of litigation, trials, and appeals in federal courts throughout the United States, in the United States Patent Office, and in the International Trade Commission as well as coordinating multinational parallel litigation proceedings.
He is also registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Daniel also contributes his time towards pro bono activities and organizations including the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. In addition, he has served as a guest lecturer on IP rights for innovators and entrepreneurs. Prior to attending law school, Daniel worked as an engineer at a Fortune 1000 leading supplier of filtration, separation, and purification technologies.