Brian has extensive experience in patent litigation and intellectual property matters, as well as privacy and data protection matters, particularly as to data aggregation, network security, and technology transactions. Beyond counseling on compliance, incident response, and data privacy and protection, Brian has advised on technology-centric agreements, licensing issues, open source software licensing, vendor agreements, and hosting agreements, and analyzed patent portfolios for potential assertion or freedom to operate. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (US Specialization), and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), endorsement pending.
Prior to joining Mintz Levin, Brian held associate roles at several California law firms, and spent five months as a Judicial Extern for the Hon. Richard M. Neiter. He also spent time as a network security analyst prior to entering the legal field and is well-versed in computer science and telecommunications. While attending law school, Brian earned the USC Fulton Haight Memorial Scholarship, and American Jurisprudence Awards in Criminal Law, Antitrust, and Advanced Intellectual Property.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Brian H. Lam