Daniel C. Miller is Special Counsel in Kasowitz’s Intellectual Property Litigation group, where he focuses his practice on complex patent infringement cases involving various technologies. Dan has nearly 15 years of experience, both as an in-house lawyer and outside counsel, in both defensive and offensive patent litigation, and has a strong technical background in software and hardware systems.
Prior to joining Kasowitz, Dan served as Principal Senior Counsel for MicroStrategy, where he managed commercial, patent, and pre-litigation matters for the company. Dan also spent nearly seven years at Google, where as Patent Litigation Counsel he oversaw Google’s infrastructure-related patent litigation, including litigation directed against the Google Cloud Platform, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google File System, and related software and hardware infrastructure.
Dan also has a strong technical background. He previously served as a software development consultant, and as a programmer and analyst for various companies.
- MV3 Partners in securing a victory in a claim construction hearing against streaming media company Roku for patent infringement in the Western District of Texas. As alleged in the complaint, Roku earns hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue and profit selling streaming media players and smart TVs nationwide that incorporate MV3’s patented invention.
- Fintiv in defeating Apple’s motion to transfer venue of Fintiv, Inc. v. Apple Inc. from the Western District of Texas to the Northern District of California. The complaint in the action alleges that Apple Wallet and the Apple Watch infringe Fintiv’s patent relating to the management of virtual cards stored on mobile devices.