Our Attorneys

Daniel (Dan) Bourque


Dan founded the Firm in 1992 after having practiced intellectual property law in Boston, Massachusetts since 1987. Prior to attending law school, Dan was a computer hardware and software design engineer with an international computer company. There he gained experience he uses for the Firm's clients in preparing and prosecuting their patent applications in electronic and electrical technologies including computer hardware and software, as well as a wide variety of other technologies including telecommunications, radar, and acoustics. Additionally, Dan advises the Firm's clients on their trademark, copyright, and technology licensing needs and assists clients, as well as other attorneys both in the U.S. and around the world, with litigation support in intellectual property disputes.

Dan holds A.S. and B.S. degrees in computer science, and received his J.D. degree from Suffolk University Law School in Boston. He is a frequent lecturer and author on issues concerning intellectual property matters. Fluent in the French language, he is often called upon to lecture to and represent French-speaking clients from foreign countries. In addition to being a registered United States patent attorney, Dan a Registered Canadian Patent Attorney. Dan is licensed to practice law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.