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Background

Daniel Tishman is an Associate in Fish & Richardson’s Washington, DC, office. He represents both plaintiffs and defendants in patent litigation in federal district courts and before the International Trade Commission across a broad range of technical areas. Dan also has experience representing petitioners and patent owners in post-grant proceedings, including inter partes and covered business method reviews. Dan has broad patent litigation experience, including pre-suit investigations, fact and expert discovery, claim construction, dispositive motions, bench and jury trials, post-trial motions, and appeals. From 2011-2013, Dan served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Yvette Kane of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.​

Education

J.D., Tulane University Law School 2011
Managing Editor, Tulane Law Review
summa cum laude, Order of the Coif


B.S., Pennsylvania State University 2007
Information Science and Technology
French and Francophone Studies minor, with distinction
cum laude

Admissions

  • District of Columbia 2014

Clerkships

United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, The Honorable Yvette Kane, 2011 - 2013

Experience

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Fish Litigation Blog
July 24, 2015
PTAB’s Construction Must Be “Reasonable” In Light of All Intrinsic Evidence, PTAB May Require Patentee to Show Amended Claims Are Patentable Over All Prior Art of Record
Authors: Daniel A. Tishman, Craig Countryman
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
July 24, 2015
District Courts Deciding Whether to Modify a Protective Order to Allow U.S. Discovery to Be Used in Foreign Litigation Must Consider Factors Relevant to Section 1782 Proceedings
Authors: Craig Countryman, Daniel A. Tishman
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
July 21, 2015
Claims Should Be Broadly Construed to Include Their Full Plain Meaning Where There Is No Disclaimer or Lexicography
Authors: Craig Countryman, Daniel A. Tishman
IP Litigation
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
April 6, 2015
Federal Circuit Highlights Range of Unanswered Questions Regarding Willfulness In Denying Petition for Rehearing En Banc
Author: Daniel A. Tishman
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
March 30, 2015
Anticipatory Reference Need Not Perform Claimed Combination; No Nexus Where Unexpected Results Stem from Something Other Than the Merits of the Claimed Invention
Author: Daniel A. Tishman
Federal Circuit
Fish Litigation Blog
February 5, 2015
Judge Bullock Strikes Portions of Complainant’s Case For Inadequate Contentions and Failure to Produce Expert Test Results During Discovery
Second Circuit: Google Book-Scanning Project Fair Use
Authors: Daniel A. Tishman, Andrew R. Kopsidas
IP Litigation
ITC Litigation
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