Daniel Kesack’s practice focuses on complex technology-based patent litigation before the federal courts. His practice to date has focused on semiconductor products in telecommunications. After eight years of nuclear engineering and health physics training at the undergraduate and graduate level and an internship at Oak Ridge National Lab, he is well equipped to handle a variety of technical issues, including mechanics, physics, radiation and molecular biology, chemistry, and lab analytics. Mr. Kesack excels at breaking down complex, technology-based issues into every day language, and his practice often focuses on prior art, claim construction, and invalidity or infringement analysis.
Penn State University
BS Nuclear Engineering 2005, Magna Cum Laude
Texas A&M University
Completed all Doctorate Coursework for a degree in Nuclear Engineering, passed Qualification Exam for Doctorate
New York University Law School
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
Patent Litigation Associate, 2012-2013
KSM Advocates, Kampala Uganda
Intellectual Property Associate, 2011
The State Bar of New York.
United States Federal Courts
Southern District of New York.