Daniel D. Chapman
Daniel D. Chapman focuses his practice on civil trial law involving patent, copyright, and trademark law, and domestic and international trademark and patent prosecution.
Mr. Chapman is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the San Antonio Intellectual Property Law Association.
Mr. Chapman was named a San Antonio "Best Lawyer" by S.A. Scene (2009, 2011, 2013). Mr. Chapman also received the highest possible AV Peer Rating (Martindale Hubbell 2013).
Speeches / Publications
Mr. Chapman is the author of numerous publications over the last four decades in scientific, legal, as well as other areas, for example: "An Unusual Law Angle Thrust Fault (abstract)," Yale Scientific, April 1969; "Solar Collectors--An Original Experiment," Science Teachers Bulletin, Fall-Winter 1978-79; "Physics with Flashers," The Science Teacher, September 1983; "The Use of Patent Information in Products Liability and Personal Injury Law Litigation," Texas Personal Injury Law Reporter, Vol. 9, No. 4, 1991; E-Copyright Handbook (Aspen Law and Business 2003) (contributor). He is a frequent expert witness, speaker and author on intellectual property subjects.
Links to Publications
B.S., State University of New York
J.D., Baylor University Law School