Baron Harris Healey announces the addition of veteran attorney Daniel Kegan to the firm’s intellectual property team. Daniel brings deep experience in copyright and trademark law with an emphasis on computer and website software.
“We are delighted to add Daniel to our growing roster of talent,” said Steve Baron. “His extensive trademark and copyright experience is the perfect complement to the media law, intellectual property, and business litigation services we offer to companies of all sizes.”
Daniel guides clients ranging from creative professionals to small businesses, education centers, and non-profits on how to proactively defend and protect their ideas in a cost-efficient manner with positive results. Daniel’s organizational psychology background provides deeper understanding how individuals, groups, and organizations interact, to ease transactional communications and sidestep the sometimes irrational obstacles to reasonable dispute resolution.
Daniel is credited with obtaining the first “touch” trademark in the U.S. and a copyright registration for an iconic computer program, among other notable achievements. Clients and colleagues alike trust him to provide honest, personable, and effective counsel with special attention to the distinct intricacies of each case.
Daniel earned his J.D. from Northwestern Pritzker School of Law after receiving his Ph.D. from Northwestern University in Organization Theory. Prior to pursuing his graduate degrees, he earned his B.E. in Electrical Engineering from Swarthmore College.
“I have long admired the attorneys at Baron Harris Healey and am thrilled to join such a collaborative and innovative firm,” Daniel said. “I look forward to working with BHH’s top-notch attorneys in advancing their clients’ interests.”
Baron Harris Healey delivers high-quality legal service and value in the areas of media law, intellectual property, and business litigation, providing practical solutions that allow clients to focus their time and resources on what they do best.