Daniel PohBEng, Grad Dip Law, GCert (IP)

Partner

Registered (SG) and Chartered (UK) Patent Attorney

Offices: Singapore

Languages spoken: English, 中文 (普通话) (Mandarin)

Email: dpoh@marks-clerk.com.sg

Telephone (Office): +65 6227 8986

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Daniel Poh

Daniel specialises in patents and registered designs, and works with multi-disciplinary clients in the areas of information technology, software, data storage, computer engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, mechanical engineering and manufacturing services. Daniel has a significant local client base and handles work for individuals, SME, research and educational institutions and MNC. He has extensive local and foreign prosecution experience. The IAM Patent 1000 2018 guide says Daniel is ‘a favourite among domestic innovators’ and ‘a specialist in electrical engineering, software and information technology fields’. He has been recommended in the guide since 2014. Daniel is also listed as an expert by Who's Who Legal, and was named an 'IP Star' in 2018 by Managing Intellectual Property.

Daniel graduated from the University of Birmingham (UK) with a degree in electronics and electrical engineering. He worked for a few years in the computer industry as an engineer before training with the Singapore office of Lloyd Wise in 2001, becoming a partner in 2007. Lloyd Wise merged with Marks & Clerk at the end of 2007.

Daniel Poh works in the following sectors

Electronics
Construction
Defence
IT/Software
Mechanical Engineering
Medical devices
Optical Technologies
Semiconductors
Telecommunications
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