Dan Wehner counsels clients in the areas of patent prosecution and portfolio development, patent litigation support, and post-grant proceedings before the United States Patent Office. Dan’s practice focuses primarily on assisting healthcare and medical device companies with IP strategy within technical areas including healthcare IT, microfluidics, medical imaging, robotics, diagnostics, artificial intelligence, software-controlled devices and MEMS.

His diverse background crossing the biological-electrical-mechanical spectrum has also enabled Dan to develop patent strategies for clients with technologies related to signal and image processing, semiconductor systems including computer memory and image sensors, power systems, computer software development including mobile apps, speech recognition, and nanotechnology.

Dan’s graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Massachusetts General Hospital involved the design of novel hardware and software for dynamic multi-modal neuroimaging of children with dyslexia.

Dan’s clients include small, mid-size, and large multi-national companies (e.g., Nuance Communications, Sony, EMC) in addition to several academic institutions (e.g., MIT, Harvard, Yale).

  • Provided technical analysis for several reexamination proceedings arising from parallel litigations. 
  • Prepared drafts of expert declarations, invalidity, and infringement reports for an ITC litigation involving display device controllers for LCD displays.
  • Drafted patent applications directed to new semiconductor devices for multiple large semiconductor manufacturing companies.
  • Provided technical support and strategic analysis for multiple litigations involving CMOS image sensor patents.
  • Performed large patent portfolio analysis to identify key patents central to client’s business objectives.
  • Assisted in developing and managing patent portfolios for several healthcare IT companies.
  • Boston Patent Law Association
  • Neuroimaging Training Program Fellow
  • Speech and Hearing Biosciences and Technology Fellow
  • Named to the 2017 list of Massachusetts Rising Stars by Super Lawyers
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Dan Wehner counsels clients in the areas of patent prosecution and portfolio development, patent litigation support, and post-grant proceedings before the United States Patent Office. Dan’s practice focuses primarily on assisting healthcare and medical device companies with IP strategy within technical areas including healthcare IT, microfluidics, medical imaging, robotics, diagnostics, artificial intelligence, software-controlled devices and MEMS.

His diverse background crossing the biological-electrical-mechanical spectrum has also enabled Dan to develop patent strategies for clients with technologies related to signal and image processing, semiconductor systems including computer memory and image sensors, power systems, computer software development including mobile apps, speech recognition, and nanotechnology.

Dan’s graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Massachusetts General Hospital involved the design of novel hardware and software for dynamic multi-modal neuroimaging of children with dyslexia.

Dan’s clients include small, mid-size, and large multi-national companies (e.g., Nuance Communications, Sony, EMC) in addition to several academic institutions (e.g., MIT, Harvard, Yale).

  • Provided technical analysis for several reexamination proceedings arising from parallel litigations. 
  • Prepared drafts of expert declarations, invalidity, and infringement reports for an ITC litigation involving display device controllers for LCD displays.
  • Drafted patent applications directed to new semiconductor devices for multiple large semiconductor manufacturing companies.
  • Provided technical support and strategic analysis for multiple litigations involving CMOS image sensor patents.
  • Performed large patent portfolio analysis to identify key patents central to client’s business objectives.
  • Assisted in developing and managing patent portfolios for several healthcare IT companies.
  • Boston Patent Law Association
  • Neuroimaging Training Program Fellow
  • Speech and Hearing Biosciences and Technology Fellow
  • Named to the 2017 list of Massachusetts Rising Stars by Super Lawyers