Royal Oak, Mich., January 17, 2022 – Daniel Chojnowski, a partner at leading business law firm Howard & Howard, has been named chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group. Jon Kreucher, president and CEO of Howard & Howard, made the announcement.
“Dan’s considerable talent as an IP attorney and his expansive knowledge of our firm’s IP clients, our processes and our people make him ideally situated to lead our Intellectual Property Practice Group,” said Kreucher. “He has a client-first focus and the legal, management and communications skills to direct internal and client teams, all of which strengthen our client relationships and our IP group.”
Chojnowski focuses his practice on global patent procurement, opinion work, freedom-to-operate investigations and global IP portfolio management in the chemical, mechanical and medical device industries. Chojnowski also has significant experience in preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign design patent applications.
Chojnowski is also the creator and classroom leader of an informally organized group of volunteer patent attorneys with a formal partnership agreement with the Detroit Public Schools Community District where his team mentors 5th to 8th grade students as they compete in the Invention Convention Michigan.
Chojnowski was one of 25 Michigan attorneys recently recognized as “Leaders in the Law – Class of 2021” by legal publication Michigan Lawyers Weekly for their outstanding contributions to the practice of law and setting an example for others in the profession.
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