Daniel J. Larson
Daniel J. Larson is a Boston Attorney who specializes in intellectual property, namely, trademark protection, copyright, trade secrets, and patents. He has significant experience on strategies for identifying and safeguarding protectable 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. Mr. Larson has represented and counseled individuals, start-ups, and well-established businesses on the value of branding and intellectual property matters, including negotiating a favorable settlement for his client with a fortune 500 Company.
Mr. Larson works in downtown Boston with another well-respected Boston Attorney on business formation matters, civil litigation, and bankruptcy law. Prior to his position at Argos Legal Group, Mr. Larson worked as a law clerk at a distinguished law firm practicing in employment law and business litigation.
While attending law school, Mr. Larson was the Development Editor of the Journal of High Technology Law, Vice President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Association, and a member of the Phi Delta Phi Honor Society. In his second year, Mr. Larson had the honor of studying under United States Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy. In his third year, Mr. Larson was chosen to be a Rule 3:03 student attorney at the law school’s nationally ranked Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic where he represented individuals, start-ups, and small business on intellectual property and business formation matters.
As Of Counsel at Argos Legal Group, Mr. Larson is passionate about helping clients enhance the value of their company by protecting their intellectual property and strengthening their brand.
Honors & Awards:
Phi Delta Phi Honors Society
Suffolk University Law School Dean’s List 2014 – 2017
Suffolk University Law School Honorable Mention Trial Brief, Legal Practice Skills 2014-15
Rhode Island College Dean’s List
Massachusetts Bar Association
Boston Bar Association
Suffolk University Law School, J.D. cum laude
Rhode Island College, B.A., Political Science
Rhode Island (pending)
Can Daily Fantasy Sports Overcome the Odds?, 17 J. High Tech. L. 451 (2017).