VLP Law Group is pleased to announce that Darius Kharabi has joined the firm as Partner in the Technology Transactions practice. Darius will be based in Los Angeles.

Mr. Kharabi advises companies in a variety of industries, with a focus on the health care and technology spaces. He represents clients in technology transactions including license, asset purchase, partnering, development, distribution, consulting, supply, and services arrangements. Mr. Kharabi has significant expertise in areas specific to medical device manufacturers such as clinical studies, sponsored research and contract development and manufacturing. Having worked on the company-side from concept to commercial product, Darius’ practice includes both start-up and later stage companies.

“Darius will be a terrific addition to our growing Technology Transactions team,” said Baird Garrett, Chair of VLP’s Technology Transactions Group. “His impressive academic credentials and extensive experience practicing at a leading national law firm and as in-house counsel, will be an asset to our clients and will enhance our capabilities in the life sciences.”

Darius began his career in the Technology Transactions Group at Wilson Sonsini in Palo Alto, CA and San Diego, CA. Prior to joining VLP, he was Vice President, Corporate Development at OrthAlign, Inc., a commercial stage medical device company based in Orange County, CA where he served in business roles of increasing responsibility in addition to being sole in-house counsel. In his in-house capacity, Darius oversaw all legal matters, including technology transactions, intellectual property strategy, and general corporate. His business experience includes managing four company financings, three clinical studies, the launch of two products, and international distribution on four continents. This experience has given Darius a unique appreciation for the business environments that his clients operate in and has enabled him to give legal counsel with this in mind.

“I am excited to be a part of VLP’s vibrant and growing technology transactions team,” said Kharabi. “I look forward to expanding my practice and working with seasoned lawyers who provide counsel at lower prices than those at traditional law firms.”

Mr. Kharabi received his J.D. from Stanford Law School and his M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He received his B.S. in Biochemistry from Georgetown University, Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa.



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