Francisco Domenech acquired his University degree at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. He finished B.A. in Political Science and his Juris Doctor. Mr. Domenech was already a leader in his early life. He once presided in his school’s General Student Body Council as the President. He attended law school for one semester in University College London, majoring in comparative law.
The Greatest challenge that came to Francisco Domenech’s career took place when he became a member of the Democratic National Committee from 2007 to 2012. He then represented the youth of the United States of America. He also served as Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Campaign Manager in Puerto Rico. During the campaign, he was quoted saying: “too much at stake for [his] generation” and that “Hillary Clinton [was] the only candidate that [could] put our country on the right track.” Part of his job was to organize fundraisers throughout the nation. It includes The Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, the Clinton Foundation, the Museo de Arte de Ponce, among others. His career break happened when he worked as a Campaign Manager of Hon. Jenniffer Gonzalez. Gonzalez became the youngest, and a pioneer woman to serve as a Resident Commissioner that represented the population of the island before the United States Congress. Read this article at washingtonpost.com
Within a few months of working in the Senate, he got promoted as the Director of the Office of Legislative Services. He took the responsibility of managing more than 125 staff members. At one point in his career, the Puerto Rican Government was on the brink of a huge financial crisis. Mr. Domenech used his political influence to introduce ways on how to save Puerto Rico from the economic struggle.
In 2016, Francisco Domenech received a recognition from 40 Under 40 magazine. The company host an annual awards event to recognize 40 of Puerto Rico’s young professionals and entrepreneurs that are looked up to. The organization holds voting completely anonymous. There were 59 nominees from different industries featured on the 40 Under 40 website. It was no doubt Mr. Domenech gained the most votes from the readers.
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Michael Hagele is the unattached counsel for a range of companies in the technology field. He offers outside counsel for companies working in aerospace, defense, biotechnology, artificial intelligence and the internet. Michael Hagele has made a name for himself for his love of start-up companies in the technology field. He is a shrewd investor with interest in other areas that he knows generate significant revenue. Mr. Hagele also has investment interests in the restaurant and catering services sector.
Michael Hagele; Background and Educational Career Path
He is an experienced lawyer with a specialty in negotiating and drafting of agreements and deals in the technology industry. That means that he has accumulated experience in patent matters relating to technology dynamism. His services span the local and international markets. He has helped in drafting agreements in the software, hardware and the telecommunications industry, including the internet. He has also advised a host of companies regarding marketing and promotional agreements. Mr. Hagele does an in-depth analysis of the intellectual property situation of each company, or individual, and advises, objectively, on the facts that will affect operations, and on the possible legal barriers.
Hagele has worked with several organizations playing different roles as a legal counsel. He has advised a large number of internet companies pursuing venture capital businesses. He successfully crafted and executed the intellectual property strategies for the companies that he has worked for. He also advised on matters relating to staffing, stocks, merger and acquisition and corporate governance. Earlier on, he worked for Fenwick &West LLP as a licensing and online commerce officer. He is a graduate from the Berkeley School of Law of Michigan University where he got his J.D. Michael attended the University of Iowa for his Bachelor of Arts degree. Follow Michael on Twitter.
Michael Hagele says that he has discovered from his practice as an independent counsel and as a lawyer attached to organizations that even the small legal firms have the capacity to provide the needed services to the companies that need them. He says that some of the small firms provide the highest quality legal service but at a much lower cost to the technology industry. Michael was asked how he spends his free time. He said that he always finds some time off his busy schedule to smell the roses. He says that it is during such times that his creativity is unlocked.