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Brandon Baum

Agility IP Law

Menlo Park, CA, USA


Brandon Baum has served as trial counsel in patent cases, patent licensing programs, mediations, and arbitrations, and has first-chaired numerous jury trials. He has litigated disputes involving such technologies as telecommunication devices (hardware and software), thin films, computer methods and software, microprocessors, smartcards, business methods, Java™, medical devices, cryptography and GPS devices. He also has extensive experience litigating business disputes, and has tried cases in federal, state and even bankruptcy courts. Brandon is an AV-rated attorney, a Northern California “Super Lawyer,” and is listed in Marquis Who’s Who.

For the past 10 years, Brandon has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law, teaching a course in patent litigation techniques at U.C. Hastings. He has also taught at Stanford’s Law and Business Schools, and Santa Clara Law School. He frequently serves as a court-appointed ENE and Mediator for IP cases, and is a regular contributor to PLI’s Patent Law Practice Center. Before moving to Silicon Valley, Brandon was a prosecutor specializing in homicide and gang violence cases. Away from the office, Brandon enjoys spending time with his three children, playing tennis badly and cracking wise.

EDUCATION:

J.D. 1985, University of California Hastings B.A 1982, University of California Berkeley
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