Brandon Baum has tried nearly 100 cases over three decades of trial practice. Whether representing plaintiffs or defendants, individuals or corporations, he is most comfortable on the courtroom floor. Brandon draws on his broad experience with both state and federal juries to translate high-stakes, complex legal matters into easily understandable language. He has handled disputes involving such technologies as telecommunications (hardware and software), thin films, computer methods and software, microprocessors, smartcards, business methods, computer aided design (CAD), Java™, medical devices, cryptography and GPS devices. He also has extensive experience litigating business disputes, and has handled appellate matters in federal, state and even bankruptcy courts. An AV-rated attorney, Brandon was an equity partner at two top Silicon Valley law firms before starting his own firm in 2011.
A U.C. Hastings graduate, Brandon now serves his alma mater as an adjunct professor teaching an upper-division course in patent litigation techniques. He is a court-appointed Early Neutral Evaluator and Mediator for patent cases in the Northern District of California, and a regular contributor to PLI's Patent Law Practice Center.