Daniel J. Larson is a Boston, Massachusetts attorney who focuses on business transactions, intellectual property protection, and litigation. He has considerable experience identifying and safeguarding protectable intellectual property assets, registering trademarks and copyrights, responding to actions by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, negotiating licenses, drafting agreements, and prosecuting and defending infringement claims. Attorney Larson has represented and counseled individuals, start-ups, and businesses on corporate formation matters, brand protection, and legal business strategies. He is also involved in the growing cannabis industry in Massachusetts and throughout the country.
Prior to founding the firm, Attorney Larson worked as a litigator at a distinguished Boston law firm defending doctors, hospitals, and other care providers against professional malpractice claims.
While attending law school, Attorney Larson was in the high top percent of his class; he was the Development Editor of the Journal of High Technology, Vice President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Association, and member of the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society. Attorney Larson had the honor of studying under United States Supreme Court Justice, Anthony Kennedy. He was also chosen to be a Rule 3:03 student attorney at the law schools nationally ranked Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic where he represented individuals, start-ups, and small business on intellectual property and business formation matters.