Daniel S. Stringfield
Tel. (312) 775-8081
University of Illinois at Chicago, B.S., Mechanical Engineering
University of Illinois at Chicago, M.S., Mechanical Engineering
Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D., high honors, Order of the Coif
Admitted to practice in Illinois. Member of the bars of the U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois, District of Colorado, and the Eastern District of Texas. Registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Dan Stringfield is experienced at all levels of litigation, including fact and expert discovery, motion practice, Markman and summary judgment hearings, mediation, and trial. Dan has litigated cases involving a variety of technologies, including medical devices, chemical manufacturing processes, hardware and software for consumer electronics, user interface designs and features, and e-procurement business methods and software. Dan also has experience before the United States International Trade Commission (ITC), having litigated an Investigation through final determination in favor of our clients.
Dan's practice includes intellectual property transactions, licensing, and due diligence. Dan also prepares and prosecutes patent and trademark applications.
Before joining McAndrews, Dan worked as a Research Engineer at the Energy Resources Center, a non-profit engineering consulting firm that performs energy conservation and productivity improvement studies at industrial facilities.
Dan graduated with high honors from Chicago-Kent and earned a Certificate in Intellectual Property Law by completing a dedicated curriculum of intellectual property related coursework. Dan served as a Notes and Comments Editor for the Chicago-Kent Law Review and won awards for Best Brief and Best Oral Argument in the schoolís Giles Rich Moot Court Competition, a competition that focuses on intellectual property issues. Upon graduation, Dan was elected into the Order of the Coif by vote of the Chicago-Kent faculty.
Dan received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, both from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Danís graduate work focused on computational heat transfer, thermal modeling and energy conservation technologies.
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