Michael Hagele is an outside general counsel serving numerous companies in the field of technology. He dedicates his services to firms in the biotechnology, internet, aerospace, defense and, biotechnology industries. Michael is also an entrepreneur. He invests in emerging technology-oriented companies. He has also founded a variety of companies in the hospitality and hotel industry.
Michael is mostly known for his unmatched expertise in licensing distribution, development agreements, negotiating, telecommunications, hardware and, software areas. He is also an expert in the international and domestic internet. About technology firms, Michael has valuable experience in a wide range of business agreements. Most of his deals involve intellectual property purchases, sales, and analysis of intellectual property, promotional and marketing arrangements, property rights portfolios and, corporate financing involving mergers and acquisitions. For more updates, Follow Michael on Medium
Michael Hagele worked as a general advocate for numerous venture capitalists before shifting to his current practice. His primary roles included management of the companies’ stock option plan administration, corporate governance, intellectual property strategy and, employment issues. Michael has also served at Fenwick & West LLP, Silicon Valley offices, in the Licensing and Online Commerce Group. He has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Iowa and a Juris Doctorate from the University of California.
Michael Hagele is passionate about artificial intelligence and its many applications, especially genetic programming. He doubles as an investor and advisor to a technology company that has launched an app that can identify the most profitable use of funding from grants. The application is seen as a significant milestone for non-governmental organizations and, other not-for-profit organizations. The technology uses machine learning algorithms to single out particular data trends to detect any overlooked aspects of a program. These insights and patterns are a valuable source of evidence to justify the expansion of a given program, minimize costs and, prepare the groundwork for the best results from a project.