Paul Huggins represents companies in commercial transactions, with particular emphasis on technology and intellectual property-based transactions, services agreements, manufacturing agreements, channel partner agreements, and procurement and supply arrangements. Paul’s clients are in a range of industries and commercialize an array of technologies, including artificial intelligence, software, hardware and robotics, life sciences, materials science, space-related technologies, semiconductors, Internet, ecommerce, solar, telecommunications, and electric vehicles.
Paul recently served for just over a year as interim General Counsel of his client ICON Technology, where he helped with internal development and managed numerous outside counsel, including experts in government contracts and compliance, patents and trademarks, construction and real estate, architecture and engineering, litigation, immigration, and employment law. ICON raised hundreds of millions of dollars and materially scaled its employee base and operations during his tenure.
Prior to co-founding Huggins Reddien LLP, Paul was in the Technology Transactions practice group (and prior to that, the Corporate practice group) of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, P.C. a Palo Alto-based firm. At WSGR, he gained extensive experience in venture capital financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate representation. Paul has also served as a staff attorney at IBM Corporation.
Paul received his law degree from The University of Texas School of Law, with honors, and in recent years has enjoyed regularly guest lecturing on Negotiation at his alma mater. He received an A.B. in History from Middlebury College. He is a husband and a father of two. He enjoys trail running, but does not always start or finish the races for which he signs up.