Daniel Kent – An Attorney With Patent, Trademark, and Complex Civil Litigation Experience
Daniel Kent is an attorney specializing in patent, trademark, copyright, and complex civil litigation matters. He has an established track record of successfully reaching favorable outcomes for his clients.
Kent has conducted both theoretical and empirical research in asset pricing and behavioral finance, publishing numerous academic papers.
Early Life and Education
After graduating from Ben Lomond High School in Wisconsin, Dan attended Middlebury College and the Universita degli studi di Firenze to study Classic and Ancient Roman history as well as Italian Poetry respectively. He earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
In 1996, he made his UFC debut and scored an immediate knockout victory. From there on out, he competed in several organizations until ultimately earning Middleweight Champion status.
Kent was recognized by Virginia as teacher of the year due to his intense and tireless devotion to his students, being recognized with that title in 2000. Kent enjoyed reading, traveling and spending time with family – this includes his wife Nicole and sons Ash and Nick; parents Staci, Pat & Toni for support as well as many aunts uncles & cousins.
He served as the lead technologist for public sector at VMware, helping agencies address security and operational complexities to transition to cloud. A recognized industry expert with expertise in data center infrastructure, next-generation networking, cybersecurity and SaaS applications.
At 18 he began fighting professionally and, under legendary modern MMA figure Royce Gracie’s training, became Middleweight Champion with the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Daniel now resides in Rockaway Beach and works in residential sales from Suffolk County to the 5 Boroughs. Preferring a referral-only clientele allows him to focus on meeting each individual client’s needs for an easy transaction experience. Furthermore, Daniel works closely with an array of dependable lawyers, lenders, contractors and architects that help him assist his clients prepare for closing day.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Kent has performed at venues including Carnegie Hall and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, while also conducting choirs from across the country at Carnegie Hall’s National High School Choral Festival. Additionally, Daniel led a graduate practicum course on Choral Conducting at Manhattan School of Music before hosting weekly radio program “The Choral Mix with Kent Tritle” on New York station WQXR.
Kent has written numerous academic papers, winning several prestigious awards such as the Smith-Breeden Award in Journal of Finance. A member of both American Finance Association and Western Finance Association, he is also authoring books on technical analysis and behavioral finance as well as founding Net Literacy–an all-volunteer nonprofit which bridges digital divide and has increased computer access for thousands.
As a young man, Daniel Kent was bullied at school. To combat these attacks he turned to mixed martial arts as a form of self-defense, quickly becoming one of the more well-known local fighters, winning many fights and tournaments along the way.
Daniel Kent made his UFC debut in 1996 and quickly established himself as an undisputed middleweight champion, often knocking out opponents in the opening round.
Daniel Kent will be missed dearly by his wife Nicole and sons Ash and Nick. Family and friends will miss his laughter, jokes, and endless conversation about reality shows; he truly was one of us all! Rest in peace Daniel Kent! We all miss you so very much…
Darren Kent was an actor who appeared in Game of Thrones and EastEnders as well as movies such as Dungeons & Dragons: Honor among Thieves and Les Miserables. Unfortunately Darren passed away aged 36 due to osteoporosis, arthritis and an uncommon skin disorder.
He left college at University of Maryland College Park to start his own business: Snyder Communications is now offering marketing and communication services.
His mother and sister recall how intelligent he was; his life was always busy making things happen for everyone around him. His fondest pastimes included fishing, designing guns, being near the ocean and fishing for bass in his free time. Josie Di Bosco worked at Twisted Tuna with him and remembers him fondly; she finds him very polite.