Benjamin Danieli

Benjamin Danieli

Associate

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Ben Danieli joined Moses & Singer LLP in 2019 after working at the firm as a summer law clerk in 2018. 

At Moses & Singer, Ben has assisted partners and counsel with both transactional and litigation based matters. His focus has been on technology transactions and intellectual property licensing including software and SaaS agreements. Ben has also assisted in data privacy and information security matters ranging from website terms and conditions and privacy policies to information protection agreements and GDPR compliance. He has assisted on a variety of intellectual property litigations with a focus on unfair competition and trademark, trade dress, and copyright infringement.

Outside of the intellectual property field, Ben has been involved with the constantly evolving government stimulus programs under the CARES Act. He has guided clients on their eligibility for and compliance with government loans under the Paycheck Protection Program and EIDL. Additionally, Ben has spoken about these topics to the New York City Bar Association.

Ben graduated magna cum laude from Hofstra Law School with a concentration in intellectual property. During law school, Ben participated in the Community & Economic Development Clinic, where he provided transactional assistance to community-based organizations including not-for-profit and cooperative corporations. He also worked as a research assistant for the law school’s library assisting the administration and faculty members on a broad array of research projects. As a member of the Hofstra Law Review, Ben served as the Alumni Affairs Editor.

Prior to joining Moses & Singer, Ben worked in the Administrative Division of the New York City Law Department.

Law School Activities/Honors
  • Dean’s Merit Scholar
  • Intellectual Property Honors Concentration
  • Alumni Affairs Editor, Hofstra Law Review (Vol. 47)
  • CALI Excellence Award for Intellectual Property Survey course
Biography

Ben Danieli joined Moses & Singer LLP in 2019 after working at the firm as a summer law clerk in 2018. 

At Moses & Singer, Ben has assisted partners and counsel with both transactional and litigation based matters. His focus has been on technology transactions and intellectual property licensing including software and SaaS agreements. Ben has also assisted in data privacy and information security matters ranging from website terms and conditions and privacy policies to information protection agreements and GDPR compliance. He has assisted on a variety of intellectual property litigations with a focus on unfair competition and trademark, trade dress, and copyright infringement.

Outside of the intellectual property field, Ben has been involved with the constantly evolving government stimulus programs under the CARES Act. He has guided clients on their eligibility for and compliance with government loans under the Paycheck Protection Program and EIDL. Additionally, Ben has spoken about these topics to the New York City Bar Association.

Ben graduated magna cum laude from Hofstra Law School with a concentration in intellectual property. During law school, Ben participated in the Community & Economic Development Clinic, where he provided transactional assistance to community-based organizations including not-for-profit and cooperative corporations. He also worked as a research assistant for the law school’s library assisting the administration and faculty members on a broad array of research projects. As a member of the Hofstra Law Review, Ben served as the Alumni Affairs Editor.

Prior to joining Moses & Singer, Ben worked in the Administrative Division of the New York City Law Department.

Law School Activities/Honors
  • Dean’s Merit Scholar
  • Intellectual Property Honors Concentration
  • Alumni Affairs Editor, Hofstra Law Review (Vol. 47)
  • CALI Excellence Award for Intellectual Property Survey course
Education
  • Hofstra Law School (J.D., magna cum laude)
  • Ohio Wesleyan University (B.A., cum laude)