Brendan Haberle’s practice focuses on technology transactions within the life sciences industry. Brendan leverages his training and prior experience in laboratory science and technical analysis to advise companies on technology licensing, collaborations and other strategic intellectual property transactions, as well as regarding intellectual property matters within corporate transactions such as public offerings and mergers and acquisitions.
Brendan also advises clients on the structuring and negotiation of a broad range of other technology-centric arrangements, such as manufacturing and supply agreements, clinical trial agreements, profit sharing and co-promotion agreements, university licenses, services agreements and research agreements. Prior to his legal career, Brendan worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the US government in support of its WMD counter-proliferation and counter-terrorism missions.
University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law
JD, 2015, magna cum laude
Harvey Mudd College
BS, 2005, Physics, with distinction
Admissions & credentials
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office