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Ben Danieli primarily focuses on commercial transactions regarding intellectual property and technology. He has represented both vendors and purchasers of various information technology through drafting and negotiating master services, data licensing, SaaS, PaaS, OEM, outsourcing, and other related supply, manufacturing, collaboration, and consulting agreements. Mr. Danieli is also well versed in conducting both intellectual property and technology diligence related to mergers and acquisitions, financings, and other corporate transactions. To assist clients in protecting their confidential information and trade secrets, Mr. Danieli is frequently involved in crafting non-disclosure, confidential information, and invention assignment agreements.

Mr. Danieli has negotiated a wide variety of promotional agreements with respect to content and product creation, use, and distribution. In the media and entertainment industries, Mr. Danieli has advised clients on FTC compliance, claim substantiation, and advertising disclosure and endorsement guidelines. He also regularly drafts intellectual property licensing agreements, including with respect to copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and related know-how. As for standard business terms, Mr. Danieli consistently advises on and drafts online terms of use, service, sale, rewards programs terms and conditions, and acceptable use policies.

As a graduate of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, Mr. Danieli served as the alumni affairs editor of the Hofstra Law Review and holds a concentration in intellectual property. During law school, Mr. Danieli participated in the Community & Economic Development Clinic, where he provided transactional assistance to community-based organizations, including not-for-profit and cooperative corporations. As a research assistant for the law school’s library, Mr. Danieli assisted school administration and faculty members on a wide range of technology based research projects.


  • Leading German-based gaming company, in the intellectual property and technology-related aspects of the purchase of a U.S.-based gaming technology provider of electronic gaming machines, including bingo, keno, and interactive casino promotional systems.
  • The Saul Zaentz Company and its subsidiary, Middle-earth Enterprises, in the sale of the worldwide film, stage, video game, and merchandising rights in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien to Embracer Freemode Iconic Holding Inc., a subsidiary of the Swedish gaming company, Embracer Group.



  • J.D., Intellectual Property Honors Concentration, Hofstra University School of Law, 2019, magna cum laude
  • B.A., Politics & Government; Pre-law, Ohio Wesleyan University, 2016, cum laude


  • New York