Daniel Francois Albert is registered
with the US Patent and Trademark Office as a patent attorney. Daniel works preparing patent applications and office action
response for various technologies including computer hardware and software, mechanical, electromechanical and biomedical devices. Daniel also performs various legal research tasks related to intellectual property
Daniel has a Bachelor of Science in
Biomedical Engineering from Tulane University and has worked as a medical
research assistant at Tulane School of Medicine. Daniel was a summer law clerk
in 2005. During that time he drafted original petitions, discovery motions, interrogatories,
admissions, and productions. He performed legal research and wrote memorandums
related thereto. Daniel has been as a research assistant to Charles Smith, Professor
of intellectual property and patent law at North Carolina Central.
Daniel is also proficient with aspects
of computer hardware and software, being a Microsoft certified systems engineer and Comptia A+ certified computer technician
with networking experience.
Daniel also holds an MBA degree from University of New Orleans with highest honors,
is a recent graduate with a JD from North Carolina Central University School of Law where he was an active participant in
the Law Journal and the Trial Team, and is a graduate of Northwestern University where he received an LLM. His executive positions at NC Central included Chairman of the Intellectual Property Society and Vice-Chairman
of the Moot Court Board. His professional memberships include the IP Section
of the ABA and student liaison to the education committee
of the American Intellectual Property Law Association. He is a licensed attorney in Texas.