Brad leads AIM’s taxation and employment law public policy practice. A former Congressional aide, he advises senior executives on a variety of legislative and regulatory issues such as intellectual property and trade secrets, regulatory reform, the state budget and economic development.
Suffolk University - Sawyer School of Management
Honors and Awards
"40 Under 40" Merrimack Valley Business Magazine, 2010
MBA Boardroom Leadership Scholar, 2009
Areas of Practice
- Career/Human Resources
- Intellectual Property
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