Daniel R. Pote

Member

Mr. Pote’s practice is focused on strategic intellectual property counseling, including invention harvesting, global patent preparation and prosecution, copyright and trademark counseling, and cybersecurity issues, including information security and data privacy.

Biography

Mr. Pote’s practice is focused on strategic intellectual property counseling, including invention harvesting, global patent preparation and prosecution, copyright and trademark counseling, and cybersecurity issues, including information security and data privacy. He has been involved in infringement, validity, enforceability studies, IP due diligence and ex parte, and inter-partes patent reexaminations.

Representative technologies include software and electronic systems, deep learning systems, secure data communications, cloud computing, cryptography, and many others. Mr. Pote is a USPTO Registered Patent Attorney. He graduated from Arizona State University College of Law, where he was Editor of Jurimetrics, Journal of Law, Science, and Technology. He earned a BSME from Purdue, where his coursework emphasized robotics, computer-aided design, and manufacturing.

Admissions

Admitted to Practice

  • Arizona

Court Admission

  • U.S. Patent And Trademark Office

Media and Presentations

Articles

  • Author, “A Domain by Any Other Name: The Federal Trademark Dilution Act of 1995 Applied to Internet Domain Names,” Jurimetrics Journal, Vol. 37, No. 3. (Spring 1997)

Presentations

  • Panelist, “Sharing Issues: Intellectual Property and Scratch,” Scratch@MIT Conference, Cambridge, MA (2008)
  • “Internet Law and Liability Update,” MCBA CLE presentation (February 21, 2001)

Memberships

State Bar of Arizona Intellectual Property Executive Council

  • Member at Large,  (2018 – present)

Community Involvement

Chandler Merit System

  • Member, Board of Directors (2006 – present)

Chandler Fire and Police Pension Boards (2006 – 2015)