Brad counsels clients with respect to patents, general intellectual property matters and digital privacy issues. He prepares and prosecutes patent applications in a variety of technology areas, including computer software, telecommunications, medical devices, chemical, mechanical and biological arts.

In his practice, Brad performs analyses, provides patentability and freedom-to-operate opinions, conducts due diligence analyses of IP portfolios, creates client-centric license agreements and assists with IP litigation matters. He also counsels clients on privacy issues created by, and unique to, digital technology.

During law school, Brad interned at a large computer software company, where he reviewed and drafted licensing agreements and service contracts, performed prior art searches and conducted initial disclosures. Prior to law school, he worked as an assistant research scientist for a clinical pharmacology laboratory in a hospital in Kansas City, Missouri.


Becker ML, van Haandel L, Gaedigk R, Thomas B, Hoeltzel MF, Lasky A, Dai H, Stobaugh J, Leeder JS. Red blood cell folate concentrations and polyglutamate distribution in juvenile arthritis: predictors of folate variability.  Pharmacogenetic and Genomics. April 2012.

Becker ML1, Gaedigk R, van Haandel L, Thomas B, Lasky A, Hoeltzel M, Dai H, Stobaugh J, Leeder JS. The effect of genotype on methotrexate polyglutamate variability in juvenile idiopathic arthritis and association with drug response. Arthritis & Rheumatism.  Jan. 2011.