Scott Daniels is a partner in the Washington, DC, firm of Westerman, Hattori, Daniels and Adrian, LLP, and is the author of the firm’s US PTO Litigation Blog. Daniels has over 30 years of experience in the areas of patent litigation, particularly litigation at the U.S. International Trade Commission. He now leads the litigation and reexamination groups at WHDA.
Daniels is admitted to the District of Columbia, 1978; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 1982; U.S. Court of Appeals for District of Columbia Circuit, 1978; U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, 1980; U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, 1978. He is also a registered patent attorney, admitted to practice before U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, 1987.
Scott’s Articles on IPWatchdog.com
- In re Jeffrey Hubbell: An Inventor Changing Jobs Creates Double Patenting Problem Mar 14 2013
- Privateering: Patent Holding Companies Unleash Patent Portfolios Feb 11 2013
- Do Patent Applicants have a Chance at the CAFC? Jan 14 2013
- Patent Owner Unwired Planet Pursues Apple, RIM in District Court After Losing First Round at ITC Oct 28 2012
- Can Patent Related Press Releases Be a Tortious Act? Aug 15 2012
- CAFC: PTO Has Power to Reexamine Already Adjudicated Patents Dec 12 2011
- A Winning Patent Infringement Defense: Reexamination Creates Intervening Rights, Erases $29.4 Million Verdict Oct 06 2011
- Stay Ordered: Paul Allen Patent Litigation Takes Abrupt Detour Jun 24 2011
- Microsoft Petitions PTO to Reverse Refusal to Grant Reexam in i4i Dispute, Could Moot Supreme Court Appeal Jan 06 2011
- Smucker Loses Reexam Battles, But May Win Litigation War Jan 03 2011
- Major Funai TV Patent, Once Held Valid by CAFC, Brought down in Reexamination Nov 03 2010
- Microsoft Files Another Reexam Against $290 Million i4i Patent Sep 04 2010
- Trial Judge Terminates Injunction After PTO Issues Advisory Action in Reexamination Jul 26 2010