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Senior IPTC
Service Provider
Partner - Marks & Clerk Singapore LLP

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Daniel Poh is a Senior IP Technology Consultant, Registered Singapore Patent Attorney and a Chartered UK Patent Attorney.

After graduating with an EEE degree, he worked as an engineer for about 6 years and in 2001, he entered the IP profession and qualified as a Registered Singapore Patent Attorney in 2003. With his technical and IP knowledge, he has been assisting multi-disciplinary clients in the areas of information technology, software, data storage, computer engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, mechanical engineering and manufacturing services to protect, manage and enhance the value of their IP assets, not just in Singapore but all over the world. Specifically, Daniel specialises in patents and registered designs, and has a significant local and foreign client base and handles work for individuals, SMEs, research and educational institutes and MNCs.

As part of his regular work, Daniel is often involved with due diligence matters such as freedom to operate searches and advice as a precursor to market entry. He also conducts regular training on IP to share his knowledge and to raise awareness in this ever-growing field.

Daniel is currently a partner at the Singapore office of Marks and Clerk, an international IP firm with 16 offices around the world. He has received a number of accolades and a most recent one is the 2015 guide for Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) Patent 1000 which says “Information and communications technology expert Daniel Poh has an innate understanding of the law and many tech-heavy assets carry his stamp.


Electronics ICT Manufacturing


IP Intelligence IP Portfolio Management Training


Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law (GCIP) - National University of Singapore - Faculty of Law
Graduate Diploma in Law - National University of Singapore - Faculty of Law
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) (Electronic and Electrical Engineering) - The University of Birmingham, UK