Daniel A. Boehnen

Partner
P: 312.913.2130
F: 312.913.0002

Daniel A. Boehnen is a founder of McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP. His practice focuses primarily on trials, appeals, opposition proceedings, and all forms of disputed patent matters. Clients often seek his counsel on general IP, business, and legal problems because of his keen insight and his ability to create understanding, simplify problems, and innovate solutions. Clients praise Mr. Boehnen for crafting aggressive strategies to try cases and settle cases while remaining sensitive to the client's business goals. Mr. Boehnen and his team have been praised by clients as the most integrated and efficient attorneys they work with.

His litigation experience encompasses a wide range of high-tech industries in all levels of the federal court system. He has been involved in many notable and precedent-setting cases.

Mr. Boehnen is frequently invited as a guest speaker to corporate and professional groups.

Published Articles

American Bar Association Handbook on Patent Litigation Strategies

  • Contributing Author

 

"Intellectual Property Litigation," Lawyer Monthly, September 2011

Memberships

Federal Circuit Bar Association
  • Former Governor

Association of Patent Law Firms
  • Founder
  • Former President and Board Member

Cornell Law Alumni Association of Greater Chicago
  • Founder
  • Former Chair

Distinctions

Chambers USA

Who's Who Legal

IAM Patent 1000

IAM Patent Litigation 250

Best Lawyers in America

Illinois Super Lawyers

Leading Lawyers Network

Top Patent Trial Lawyers in Illinois (Crain's Chicago Business)

American Bar Foundation Fellow

LAWYER GLOBAL 100 for intellectual property law, by LAWYER Monthly Magazine

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