Hossein Sajjadi advises national and international clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and general corporate matters. He also provides strategic counseling to emerging growth companies and assists venture capital and private equity firms in technology transactions.
While attending law school, Hossein interned in-house at a late-stage technology start-up, Mindjet Corporation, and at a public technology company, Intuit, and served as outside counsel to start-up clients through Santa Clara University's Entrepreneurs' Law Clinic. Hossein's law school litigation experience includes serving as an extern to Justice Goodwin H. Liu at the Supreme Court of California and to Judge Socrates P. Manoukian at the Santa Clara County Superior Court, serving as an honors legal intern for the San Francisco Regional Office of Enforcement of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and representing low-income clients on debtors' and creditors' rights issues as a law clerk for the Katharine and George Alexander Community Law Center.
In addition, Hossein was a legal researcher at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he conducted valuation-based venture capital research with Professor Ilya Strebulaev, the David S. Lobel Professor of Private Equity and Professor of Finance.
- Santa Clara University (J.D. 2017; High Tech Law Certificate with honors; Senior Business Editor, Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal; Dean's List; Emery Law Scholar; M.B.A. 2017); University of California, Santa Barbara (Dual B.A. with honors in Psychology and Business Economics 2012; Technology Management Program; Academic Excellence Award; Dean's Honors)
- Honors Legal Intern, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, San Francisco Regional Office of Enforcement (Fall 2016)
- Judicial Extern to: the Honorable Goodwin H. Liu, Supreme Court of California (Spring 2017) and the Honorable Socrates P. Manoukian, Santa Clara County Superior Court (Summer 2014)