IP Litigation


Daniel Shea is an associate in Brown Rudnick’s IP Litigation group. Daniel has experience assisting with intellectual property litigation, prosecuting U.S. patent applications, assisting clients with patent prosecution strategies, and conducting patent validity analyses.

Daniel’s practice spans a variety of technical fields, including automotive, medical devices, telecommunications, software applications and systems, consumer products, and alloy compositions.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Daniel was an associate at the intellectual property firm Kenyon & Kenyon LLP. Daniel also has experience working as a mechanical engineer for a power engineering consulting firm, where he assisted with modifying and upgrading nuclear power plants. He also worked as a patent extern at the USPTO, where he was trained as a patent examiner and drafted Office Actions.


Emory University School of Law, J.D., 2015
University of Florida, B.S. Mechanical Engineering, cum laude, 2008

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“Using Numbers to Win Your Case,” World Trademark Review , October 2014
“IP News,” The Intellectual Property Strategist, Law Journal Newsletters, February & April 2016