Daniel J. Greenhalgh
Mr. Greenhalgh has roots throughout the Midwest from his upbringing in the St. Louis, Missouri area to his upper educational and early professional experiences in Ohio and Michigan. While living in Michigan, Mr. Greenhalgh gained invaluable industry experience working as a product design engineer for two Tier One automotive suppliers that specialized in the design and manufacture of electromechanical body closure systems for various automotive applications. Mr. Greenhalgh then attended Michigan State University College of Law where he served as the Senior Notes Editor for the Michigan State Law Review and held an externship at Michigan State University’s technology transfer and commercialization office.
As an Associate with the firm, Mr. Greenhalgh practices in all areas of intellectual property law, including intellectual property litigation and licensing, as well as preparation and prosecution of patent, trademark, and copyright applications. He leverages his diverse academic background and focused industry experience to provide the highest level of service to the firm’s clientele, which range from individual inventors to Fortune 500 companies.
Outside of his professional endeavors, Mr. Greenhalgh enjoys recreational and competitive mountain biking as well as spending quality time with his family.
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering, University of Dayton -2003
- J.D. Michigan State University College of Law (magna cum laude) – 2011
- Admitted to Indiana State Bar – 2011
- Admitted to Practice before the U.S. District Court – Northern District of Indiana – 2011
- Admitted to Practice before the U.S. District Court – Southern District of Indiana – 2011
- Registered to Practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office – 2011
- Daniel J. Greenhalgh, Comment, “Georgia-Pacific to the Rescue: Paice’s Modified Georgia-Pacific Analysis for Ongoing Royalty Assessment,” 2010 St. L. Rev. 507.