Daniel Batterman concentrates his practice in technology & internet law since 1995. Dan focuses on intellectual property, trademarks, copyright, contracts, and litigation for technology and internet companies. He has represented a wide range of clients including software developers, web developers, engineers, information technology consultants, e-commerce providers, retailers, publishers, entertainers, manufacturers, state agencies, non-profits, and many others.
Dan has substantial litigation experience and has been involved in numerous technology, intellectual property, contract, and business disputes. He practices in the trial and appellate courts within Massachusetts, as well as in Federal District Court and in the First Circuit Court of Appeals. He has also litigated cases in the Central District of California.
Dan gives seminars to students, professionals, and fellow attorneys on intellectual property, trademarks, IT development, licensing, software, privacy, and contracts. He also served as a guest lecturer at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania from 1999 through 2003, where he taught graduate and undergraduate students about technology and contract law, and advised them on technology-related and internet ventures. In addition, he has authored articles on technology law and on other legal subjects.