Daniel H. Golub
Dan Golub offers clients deep domestic and international legal experience spanning global patent strategy, protection, licensing, and litigation. He effectively translates complex legal issues to business leaders, engineers, and scientists, and is skilled at providing quantitative assessments of legal risks. A responsive client advocate, Dan has secured hundreds of patents for Fortune 500 clients, mid-sized emerging growth companies, and individual inventors.
As a patent strategist, Dan is adept at designing and executing domestic and international patent monetization strategies. These strategies have often combined directed prosecution of continuing applications with litigation strategy development to produce hundreds of millions of dollars in recoveries for clients. Dan has handled more than 50 patent cases, and 45 IPRs before the PTAB, and has extensive experience coordinating parallel litigation across multiple jurisdictions.
In connection with transactional matters, Dan has diligenced hundreds of patent portfolios in technologies such as computer hardware / software, medical devices, and life sciences (chemistry and biochemistry). He has extensive experience negotiating patent acquisition, licensing and litigation funding agreements, as well as drafting and negotiating the intellectual property provisions of asset purchase and merger agreements.
Previous Work and Industry Experience
Dan most recently served as Counsel at Rembrandt IP Management where he developed patent strategies for eight subsidiaries and handled complex patent and commercial litigation and arbitration in U.S. and European courts.
He previously served as an Equity Partner at Morgan Lewis with oversight of IP matters such as patent strategy development, domestic / international patent portfolio prosecution, patent infringement litigation, and M&A initiatives.
- Imagine That IP Law Blog, 08.04.2023
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University of Michigan Law School, J.D., cum laude
University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science, B.S. in Electrical Engineering cum laude
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office