Brian Henchey represents companies in technology transactions, including information technology and business process outsourcing agreements and complex commercial agreements. Brian has extensive experience in all types of technology-related commercial transactions, including joint ventures, manufacturing and supply agreements, licensing and distribution agreements, and marketing alliances. Brian also advises on technology issues arising in connection with significant corporate transactions, including allocation of intellectual property and information technology assets, strategic support for IT integration and de-integration, and key ancillary agreements for custom transitional or long-term technology access and services.
Prior to joining Huggins Reddien LLP (and its predecessor Kastner + Huggins + Reddien + Gravelle LLP), Brian spent 16+ years at Baker Botts LLP, including eight years as a partner in the Dallas office.
Brian has been recognized in his practice areas by leading attorney ranking publications, including The Legal 500 US, Chambers Global, and Chambers USA (2006 through 2017).
“able to create a balanced structure that appropriately recognizes the needs of both sides. He is adept at advising on infrastructure and manufacturing outsourcing, and comes recommended for his business focus” - Chambers USA 2015 (Outsourcing)
“excellent, business-focused” - The Legal 500 US 2013 (Telecoms & Broadcast)
“bright and tireless worker, extremely practical, offering solutions and alternatives instead of canned advice or warnings” - The Legal 500 US 2012 (Outsourcing)
“an impressive lawyer who always keeps his clients up to date” - Chambers Global USA 2012 (Outsourcing)
“superb in transactions and negotiations and explains issues in business terms” - Chambers USA 2010 (Outsourcing)
Brian received his law degree from Cornell Law School, cum laude. He received an B.S. in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.