Managing MemberUnited States Patent Attorney
Having a strong belief that inventors should come first in the practice of intellectual property law, Daniel uses his experience working with thousands of inventors to identify the best strategies to capitalize on their intellectual property. He has worked with inventors across numerous industries, ranging from consumer products to more advanced aerospace, chemical and material patents. He has also worked with numerous clients to obtain trademark and copyright protection. He has also assisted clients in contract negotiations, licensing negotiations and has helped clients enforce their intellectual property rights.
Today, Daniel prefers to spend his time acting as an intellectual property consultant for his clients. He is always ready and willing to talk to or meet with any client regarding their case if they have questions, concerns or are unsure of any next steps. He also assists clients with reaching out to manufacturers, prototype developers and product design/branding professionals.
Before starting the firm, Daniel began his career as a Mechanical Engineer for BMW of North America, later as a Manufacturing Engineer for Pfizer, and most notably and recently, as an Engineer for Boeing. Daniel spent most of his technical career at Boeing where he first worked for Boeing Space Defense & Security as an electrical engineer, mechanical engineer and manufacturing engineer on various military projects. Daniel later transferred to a specialty group at Boeing working on projects with special needs, as well as overflow projects both in the military/space and commercial areas. Within this group, Daniel was named the lead engineer for the tail section of the 787-8 Dreamliner, where he spent more than half of his tenure at Boeing.
While working as an engineer, Daniel attended law school at Temple University Beasley School of Law, where his study focused on intellectual property law, business law and tax law. Before law school, he graduated cum laude from Rutgers University School of Engineering with degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering. When Daniel eventually left Boeing, he completed his Juris Doctorate from Temple, and focused his efforts on growing his firm and helping inventors. Prior to graduating from Temple University, Daniel opened his first boutique intellectual property law firm, Global Intellectual Property Agency, in 2006 as a Patent Agent licensed to practice in front of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and has recently integrated Global IPA into Boudwin Intellectual Property Law.
Daniel’s proudest accomplishment is his beautiful family including his wife, three children, and dog. He is an active member of his community, where he coaches baseball and basketball teams as well as provides support and guidance in the area of rocket science to students and student groups ranging from high school to university graduate levels. In his free time Daniel enjoys playing golf and tennis, exploring new business opportunities, spending time with his family, and flying his plane. Due to his love of aviation, Daniel obtained his pilot license and a personal airplane that he uses to meet clients and expand the reach of his firm.
United States Patent Attorney
Tyler works with patents and trademarks at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law.
Tyler enjoys working with clients on mechanical and electrical inventions, as well as products in the construction industry. Recently, he has helped obtain protection for inventions including a camera-integrated fishing net, an improved landing gear for a tractor trailer and an electronic targeting system. He also conducts thorough patentability analyses and opinions across a broad range of technologies.
Prior to joining Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, Tyler worked for an intellectual patent boutique firm in the Philadelphia area. He attended law school at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University, where he graduated with a concentration in intellectual property law. During law school, Tyler clerked for The Honorable Gregory M. Sleet of the U.S. District Court in Delaware, where he drafted bench memoranda for complex patent litigation trials. He also served in Drexel’s pro bono estate planning clinic, where he amassed over 100 hours of volunteer legal work.
Before law school, Tyler attended Rowan University where he studied Physics and minored in Mathematics. He conducted research in the areas of thin metallic film deposition and supercapacitor construction. Tyler presented these topics at numerous American Physical Society conferences.
Tyler lives in Philadelphia and enjoys staying active and being outside, by running, hiking, biking, skiing and kayaking, as well as playing and listening to live music. He is an active member of the Philadelphia Bar Association and enjoys counseling eSports professionals on a pro bono basis.
Robert works with patents at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law.
Robert enjoys working with clients in the chemical and mechanical fields. Recently, he has helped his clients obtain protection for inventions such as a unique composition of nail polish and a method for manufacturing chalk. He also advises clients on late-stage prosecution strategies and has filed several appeals before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
An eastern Pennsylvania native, Robert attended the Villanova University School of Law, where his studies focused on intellectual property law. During law school, Robert researched case law on patent standards for enablement. Using this research, Robert drafted numerous publications to educate non-attorneys on topics in patent law. Prior to law school, Robert attended Drexel University, where he obtained a degree in Chemical Engineering.
Robert currently resides in Lansdale, where he enjoys spending time with family and friends. Outside of drafting patent applications, Robert enjoys role-playing games, attending comic conventions and reading fantasy and science fiction novels. He also enjoys 3D printing and painting miniatures.
Joshua works with patents, trademarks and copyrights at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law.
Joshua enjoys working with clients on medical devices and culinary devices. Recently, Joshua has helped clients obtain protection for inventions including an arteriotomy assistance device, a cervical tissue sample tool and a food separation utensil. He has also helped several small to mid-sized business owners establish trademark registration, including restaurants, construction companies and various online retailers.
Before working at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, Joshua worked in technology transfer at two major research universities, where he was responsible for assisting faculty and student inventors in the valuation and patentability of their inventions. He worked with inventors in the biomedical engineering, biochemical and life sciences departments. A second-generation attorney, Joshua attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he focused on intellectual property and technology law. He was granted the ABA-BNA Award for Excellence in the Study of IP Law and the Pittsburgh IP Law Association Student Leadership Award. Before law school, he attended Grove City College, where he studied molecular biology with a minor in sociology and was a member of the track and field team.
Originally from central Pennsylvania, Joshua now lives in Upper Chichester and enjoys cooking, painting, video editing and is an avid follower of the Baltimore Ravens. He is an active member of the American Intellectual Property Law Association and the Benjamin Franklin Inns of Court.
Bradley works with patents and trademarks at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law.
Bradley enjoys working with software developers and mechanical products. He has worked with clients in developing strategies to protect mobile applications and mobile devices. He also consults clients, including start-ups, on contract and litigation matters.
Before joining Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, Bradley interned with several successful intellectual property law firms in the Philadelphia area, working on a variety of patent and trademark cases. He attended the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University, where his studies focused on intellectual property law. Prior to law school, Bradley attended Monmouth University, where he received a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in software engineering and was a member of the football team.
Bradley lives in Coatesville, where he enjoys hunting, fishing and spending time outside. In his free time, Bradley enjoys spending time with friends and driving his truck.
Jonathan works with patents and trademarks and advises clients on how to utilize business structures to limit their liability.
Jonathan counsels clients seeking protection for medical devices and treatments, chemical compositions and therapeutic products. Recently, he has worked with clients on fitness equipment and new approaches to eastern medical practices. Jonathan assists clients with business entity formation as well as drafting and negotiating contracts such as Master Services Agreements, Statements of Work, and Nondisclosure Agreements on their behalf.
Before joining Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, Jonathan practiced in real estate and oil and gas law, contract review and negotiation, and due diligence as well as electronic discovery for high-profile litigation. Jonathan attended the Thomas M. Cooley School of Law, where his studies focused on intellectual property and medical topics. Prior to law school, Jonathan attended the University of Pittsburgh, where he received a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience. He has conducted research in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) research laboratories associated with Harvard University, Carnegie-Mellon University, and the University of Pittsburgh.
A naturalized Canadian, Jonathan resides in Media with his wife and two children. In his free time, he enjoys going to amusement parks with his family, traveling and watching hockey.
Taylor is the managing paralegal and office manager at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law. In addition to managing the needs of a growing and diverse client base, Taylor manages attorney dockets, files non-provisional patent applications and office action responses and manages the administrative staff. She also handles the administrative and clerical duties at the firm.
Before working at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, Taylor attended Wilmington University, where she earned a master’s degree in administration of justice and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She enjoys working at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law because of the coworkers and culture.
A lifelong South Jersey native, Taylor lives in New Jersey with her husband, daughter, and four dogs: Gus, Bear, Penelope and Lillie. In her free time, Taylor enjoys spending time with her family, cleaning, reading, going to the beach and kayaking. She also teaches college classes in the local area.
Jessica is a paralegal at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law. She handles client communication, client intake and client portfolio management, as well as database management and docketing. She also assists clients by working alongside trademark attorneys in preparing and filing trademark applications. Jessica is also the self-appointed chairwoman of the party planning committee.
Before working at Boudwin Intellectual Property, Jessica worked as a legal assistant at a law firm specializing in real estate litigation. She has an associate’s degree in arts and ethics from Mid-America Christian University, where she is currently pursuing a B.S. in psychology and ethics. She enjoys working at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law because of the positive culture and engaging work.
After living in Nevada, New York and Hawaii, Jessica now resides in southern New Jersey with her son. She enjoys spending time with her family, playing board games and spending time in nature through hiking or camping. She also has an appreciation for art in every medium and dreams of one day participating in a deadlift competition.
Brandi is a paralegal at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law. She assists with client intake and communication, files non-provisional patent applications and office action responses, and assists with post-issuance monitory programs at the firm. She also provides support to the attorneys and staff at the firm.
Before working at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law, Brandi worked at a bank. She attended Rowan College of South Jersey, where she obtained an associate’s degree in applied sciences. She enjoys working at Boudwin Intellectual Property because of the wide range of enthusiastic clients and interesting inventions that she gets to learn about, as well as the positive relationships amongst the firm’s employees.
Brandi has spent her whole life in New Jersey and lives with her husband, son and two German Shepherd dogs, Scarlett and Ember. When not working, Brandi enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to Dunkin’ Donuts, watching movies, making dreamcatchers, knitting, sewing and organizing.
Kristin is a paralegal at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law. She assists in client intake, communication and in the filing of provisional patent applications. She also handles incoming correspondence from the USPTO concerning patent applications.
Kristin earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Widener University, where she was a part of the volleyball team and a member of the National Honors Society of Leadership and Success. She enjoys working at Boudwin Intellectual Property Law because of the camaraderie with her coworkers and the connection to the local area.
Kristin grew up in Philadelphia and New Jersey, where she currently lives. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, friends and her dog Peanut (that she calls “Pookie Bear”). She also enjoys going to the beach, hiking and eating wings. An active traveler, Kristin most wants to visit the Grand Canyon.
Salvatore D. Sheffo Jr, Entrepreneur and owner of 3 LLC’s which all concentrate on developing and sourcing new products. Salvatore has been developing and sourcing new products for over 7 years and specializes in launching and promoting new products using Amazon FBA (Fulfilled by Amazon).
Salvatore started his journey 7 years ago with a tiny $300.00 investment into a product which sold out and turned into $900.00 in a matter of 45 minutes when launched on Amazon. He realized the potential profits that could be made in sourcing wholesale products and rebranding them at that moment. He kept rolling over his earnings and increasing his order sizes unit the shipments became so large that air shipping was no longer a viable option and needed to explore shipping via sea and getting products through customs into the US for distribution.
Salvatore has his degree in Information Technology and worked as a Network Administrator for 7 years before turning his sites on his own businesses. He also was a member of the US Army Reserves from 1992 until 2000 where he went in as a combat engineer (12B), and was transferred to the 339th General Hospital where is also received his diploma in the medical field (91C).
Along with creating his own companies and products, Salvatore has also spent the last 10 years working with and assisting inventors who had interest in learning how to bring their ideas to life and pursuing protection on them.
Salvatore is a Crossfit Coach and Spartan SGX Trainer. In 2019 he earned his first Spartan Triple Trifecta. He also loves spending as much time as possible with his wife and 3 children.
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