Brennen T. Brodersen

Associate | San Diego | (858) 720-7904
(858) 720-7904

Brennen Brodersen is an associate in the San Diego office of Morrison Foerster. Brennen focuses his practice on representing public and private companies and investors in corporate and securities matters. He regularly advises clients on a variety of transactions, with particular experience in private financings and acquisitions, as well as general corporate matters.

Brennen counsels private and public companies on a broad range of significant business transactions from formation through liquidity, including private financings, mergers and acquisitions, and SEC compliance and reporting. Brennen also advises angel, corporate, and venture capital investors in connection with investments, as well as liquidity and exit strategies. In addition, Brennen advises boards of directors on governance and compliance matters.

Brennen has represented clients in equity and debt financings ranging from seed rounds to later stage strategic investments. He has also represented buyers and sellers in numerous acquisitions and divestitures, including stock purchases, asset purchases, mergers, cross-border transactions, and auction transactions.

Brennen counsels clients from a broad range of industries, including consumer products, semiconductors, computer hardware, healthcare, and telecommunications.

Brennan received his J.D. from University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, where he received the Dean’s Award for Securities Markets and Corporate Value. He received his B.A. magna cum laude from University of California, Los Angeles.

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