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MMM Adds Daniel Huynh as Partner in IP Practice


Atlanta (April 17, 2019) – Daniel Huynh has joined Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP as a partner in the firm’s intellectual property and technology litigation group.

Huynh brings a wealth of patent litigation experience to the firm. In addition, he has significant experience advising clients on other intellectual property and commercial matters, including trademark and other IP disputes. He has represented companies of all sizes in technology sectors including wireless telecommunications, e-commerce, and financial payment systems. Huynh has experience with Section 337 investigations before the International Trade Commission, international IP arbitrations, as well as district court litigations before federal courts across the United States.

“Our IP team has been in high-growth mode over the past several years,” said IP Practice Chair Daniel Sineway. “Dan is an energetic young partner who also has a rapidly-expanding patent litigation practice, so he was a natural fit for our group. I am excited about the additional resources, expertise, and value he will bring to our clients.”

“I’m excited to join such a dynamic team. At MMM, I’m able to leverage a bench of experienced IP practitioners to provide clients with solutions to complex IP problems while giving them the value not available at other firms in the region,” Huynh says. “I look forward to partnering with emerging and middle market companies to develop strategic opportunities for their businesses.”

“We look forward to giving Dan the opportunity and support to continue to grow his practice,” added MMM Managing Partner Simon Malko. “His commitment to community service aligns with the firm’s goals of being a strong member of the business community.”  

Huynh is recognized as a rising leader in the profession. Recently, the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association selected him as a 2018 Leadership Advancement Program fellow. He serves on the boards of the National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys, the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association (GAPABA), and Asian Americans Advancing Justice. GAPABA has selected him to receive its 2019 Rising Star Award. He is also a founding member and board member of the Vietnamese American Bar Association of Georgia.

Honors include the Pro Bono Award from the Atlanta IP Inn of Court, a prestigious invitation-only professional organization. A member of the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 class of 2016, he has been on the Georgia Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for IP litigation since 2015. Huynh was also selected as a Lead Atlanta Class Member in 2015.

Huynh earned his J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he served as notes editor on the Journal of Intellectual Property Law. He received his undergraduate degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he was a Governor’s Scholar, Faculty Honors recipient, and later an adjunct professor.

He spends time outside the practice of law fostering the growth of minority attorneys throughout the U.S. He is also a member of the University of Georgia School of Law Young Alumni Committee.

Huynh joins MMM from Alston & Bird LLP.