Dan Fischer is a former partner at one of the largest IP law firms in the States, and is the point attorney for clients large and small in various technological fields in order to develop their intellectual property portfolios and become players in their respective fields.

Dan has worked in fields including metals/alloys, semiconductors and circuits, polymers, thermal spray coatings, composites, medical devices, oil pipes, catalytic converters, building construction, truck, car, and other vehicle accessories/components, and drug delivery nanoparticles, giving him a well-rounded practice and experience.

Dan helps grow new businesses, working with them to innovate exciting cutting edge technology. He also seamlessly adapts to the procedures for more established companies, helping guide them with their current portfolio as well as analysing competitor IP issues.

Dan received his J.D. from the University of Southern California, where he worked in the USC IP and Tech clinic. Before attending law school, Dan attended the University of Illinois and received a B.S. in Materials Science Engineering with concentrations in biomaterials and polymers. He also worked in the Materials Lab at FermiLab to develop superconducting cavities for their particle accelerator, specifically through the testing and analysis of supercooled niobium for superconductivity.

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  • State Bar of California
  • State Bar of New York
  • District of Columbia Court of Appeals
  • Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
  • District Court – Central District of California
  • Patent and Trademark Office
  • University of Southern California (J.D.)
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (B.S. Materials Science & Engineering)


  • Automotive, Transportation & Power Sports
  • Chemical
  • Clean Technology
  • Communications Technology
  • Construction & Home Improvement
  • Electronics & Semiconductors
  • Medical Devices & Procedures
  • Nanotechnology