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Daniel A. Kamkar

Daniel A. Kamkar’s practice focuses on worldwide patent prosecution and portfolio management, patent infringement and validity analyses, freedom to operate analyses, USPTO proceedings, and general IP licensing.

Daniel currently assists various clients in a wide range of technological fields including pharmaceuticals, clean energy, polymer sciences, lasers, and other areas of chemistry and physics.

Daniel received his J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law, where he worked in the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic and the University of Washington’s Technology Transfer Office (CoMotion).

Before attending law school, Daniel earned his M.S. in materials chemistry from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he researched organic semiconducting materials used to form LED’s and solar cells using atomic force microscopy, photoluminescent spectroscopy, and ultrafast spectroscopic techniques.

Daniel joined the firm in 2016.

University of Washington School of Law (UW), J.D.
University of California – Santa Barbara (UCSB), M.S., Chemistry, Focused on Materials Chemistry and researched organic semi-conductors for use in LED’s and solar cells.
University of California – Irvine, B.S., Chemistry
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Chemical, Industrial & Materials


Analytical Chemistry

Automation & Robotics

Building Products & Materials

Chemical Engineering

Concrete & Aggregates

Cosmetics & Personal Care Products

Food Chemistry

Fuel Cells & Batteries


Mining Chemicals

Oil & Gas

Organic Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Physical Chemistry



Consumer Products & Services

Aesthetics & Personal Care Products

Food & Beverage

Electrical, Semiconductor & Computer Technology

Electronics & Semiconductors


Bioenergy & Biofuels

Clean Technology

Energy Conservation

Energy Efficient Technologies

Green Chemistry

Green Transportation


Solar Power

Medical Devices & Procedures

Biocompatible Polymers & Coatings

Dental Devices

Dermatology & Aesthetics

Drug Eluting & Drug Delivery Devices


Biosimilars & Hatch-Waxman Litigation


Transportation & Vehicles

Auto Care

Automotive Transportation & Powersports


Passenger Transportation

Design Patents
Global Portfolio Management
Infringement Risk 
IP Strategy
IP Transactions and Agreements
Opinions Counseling
Patent Strategy & Prosecution
Tech Transactions
Trademark & Brand Protection
Trademark Registration
U.S. Patent Prosecution

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