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Attorney Dan Blakeslee has joined Fredrikson as a senior associate in its Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Due Diligence, Patents and Trademarks & Copyrights groups.

As an intellectual property attorney with a background rooted in engineering, Blakeslee brings a unique perspective to patent law, seamlessly merging technical acumen with legal prowess.

Over a decade of hands-on engineering experience forms the foundation of Blakeslee’s patent practice, ensuring innovative solutions and strategic counsel for clients navigating the complexities of intellectual property. His journey from engineer to patent attorney has equipped him with a deep understanding of the innovation landscape. Leveraging technical proficiency, Blakeslee navigates the intricacies of patent law to secure and defend intellectual property rights. Clients benefit not only from legal insight but also from a practitioner who comprehends the intricacies of their inventions on a fundamental level.

Fredrikson & Byron is a leading Midwest law firm working collaboratively to help businesses achieve their goals regionally, nationally and globally. With a reputation as the firm “where law and business meet,” our attorneys bring business acumen and entrepreneurial thinking to work with clients and operate as business advisors and strategic partners as well as legal counselors. The firm’s 375+ attorneys are based in Minneapolis, with offices in Ames, Bismarck, Des Moines, Fargo, Madison, Mankato, St. Paul, Saltillo, Mexico, and Shanghai, China. Learn more at, LinkedIn or @FredriksonLaw.


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