Daniel Shores

Daniel Shores

Daniel Shores is a dedicated patent lawyer and strategist who believes in his clients and the power of their ideas. He primarily focuses on serving biotech, energy, software, cybersecurity, and other technology-based companies, particularly during their early stages when strategic guidance is critical to long term success. Dan understands the myriad of challenges that emerging companies face when breaking through and establishing themselves in their sphere, and he works with clients to build robust patent portfolios, forge constructive relationships with strategic partners, and prepare for success in funding rounds and exits. An engineer by education, and having extensive experience in transactional, litigation, procurement, and strategic counseling matters for technology-based companies, Dan is a problem-solver who excels at deciphering key translational aspects of a broad array of technologies and maximizing leverage in the context of clients’ desired implementation of such technologies, whether as participants in dynamic markets or as first movers.


Posts by Daniel Shores


The mRNA IP and Competitive Landscape: Translate BIO; Arcturus; eTheRNA and Other Startups; and LNP Technology (Part II)

In Part I of this three-part series, we focused on three market players: BioNTech, Moderna and CureVac. In this second post, we will focus on Translate BIO, …

The mRNA IP and Competitive Landscape Through One Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic – Part I

Shortly after we posted about Moderna, Inc.’s October 2020 pledge not to enforce its COVID-19-related patents during the pandemic, the United States Food & Drug Administration (FDA) …

Breaking Down Moderna’s COVID-19 Patent Pledge: Why Did They Do It?

As Pfizer and BioNTech announced this week that results of their COVID-19 vaccine have exceeded expectations, the technology behind the vaccine (messenger RNA, or mRNA) has taken …
By Daniel Shores
8 months ago 3