Nowadays, Michael works as an outside general counsel mainly for several technology companies that are found on the internet, aerospace, biotechnology industries, and defense. As well, Michael Hagele is an investor in the early-stage companies of technology. He is also a founder and an investor in a lot of firms in the industry of restaurant and hospitality. Also, Michael Hagele has vast experience in drafting and closing technology, negotiating, development agreements and licensing distribution in the international and domestic internet, hardware fields, software, and telecommunications. He too has good experience in many different commercial contracts that are related to the technology companies. View Michael Hagele’s profile at linkedin.com
They include the arrangements in marketing and promotion as well as the logical property purchases, sales and the synthesis of logical property rights portfolios related to the Merger and Acquisition transactions and the corporate financing. Before his present practice, Michael’s first experience was in FenWick and West LLP at Silicon Valley offices in an Online and Licensing Commerce Group. Michael attended University of California at Berkeley and University of Lowa where he acquired his J.D and B.A respectively. Later, began to work as the general counsel for a good number of the venture capital-backed internet companies. Here he used to manage all the legal matters which included corporate governance, intellectual property strategy, merger and acquisition activity, employment issues and stock option administration.
Michael Hagele explains how the idea of beginning his practice came from and he said that it is when he worked independently as an attorney and as a person who served directly for a company. This made Michael Hagele get to know that the small practices can serve the clients better. Mr. Hagele clearly understood that this type of an approach makes it simple to offer legal services that are affordable and of the best quality for his technology clients. Michael makes his day productive by reviewing his daily chores in the morning. Here are some of the things he shared: the first things he deals with are the counseling, intellectual property issues, and the general matters. When he finishes that he start making contracts, for instance, the technology licensing agreements. Learn more: http://members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/Member/Detail/191140