Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Adds Dan Duval and Benjamin Wigger in Silicon Valley
SILICON VALLEY (June 25) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the addition of Dan Duval and Benjamin Wigger to the firm’s Silicon Valley office. Messrs. Duval and Wigger join the firm as associates on the Software and Electrical Engineering Team in the firm’s internationally recognized Intellectual Property Department.
Mr. Duval focuses his practice on patent preparation, prosecution, and related counseling in a variety of technologies including electrical, mechanical, and medical devices. He earned a J.D., Concentration in Intellectual Property and International Law, from Indiana University School of Law. Mr. Duval received his Masters of Science in Engineering Management from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University.
Mr. Wigger’s practice focuses on patent preparation, prosecution, and related counseling in consumer electronic devices. Prior to joining private practice, Mr. Wigger served as Captain in the United States Marine Corps. He earned a J.D. from Regent University School of Law. Mr. Wigger received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Emphasis in Control Systems, from the University of California Los Angeles.
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