Brad has written extensively on standards and other technology topics, in academic journals and elsewhere.
Brad Biddle’s legal practice focuses on facilitating interoperability in technology ecosystems. His clients include major global standards-setting organizations, Fortune 100 information technology companies, and emerging software and hardware start-ups. Brad engages with clients independently and, as needed, collaboratively with specialized co-counsel. He offers a comprehensive set of legal services for standards development organizations, open source software and hardware initiatives, and large and small firms navigating interoperability challenges.
Licensed in California and Oregon, Brad bases his practice in Portland, Oregon, a dynamic hub for standards and open source activity.
Brad has presented on standards, open source, and other technology topics in forums all over the globe.
Brad led Intel Corporation's SIGs and Standards Practice Group, and has engaged on hundreds of different standards and open source efforts.
Brad taught technology standards as an adjunct professor at ASU Law, was a Fellow at Stanford Law, and is a Visiting Scholar at L&C Law.
Brad offers legal and consulting services for standards development organizations, open source initiatives, and large and small firms .