Irina Braude is an attorney with Alston & Bird’s Technology & Privacy Team. She provides counsel on all aspects of intellectual property transactional matters, with a particular emphasis on licensing, sourcing, and technology transactions.
Before joining Alston & Bird, Irina served as vice president and associate general counsel at Carter’s Inc./OshKosh B’Gosh, a leading baby and children’s apparel company, where she was responsible for providing broad corporate, intellectual property, transactional, and regulatory support to all business units and regularly advised the senior executive team. While at Carter’s, Irina drafted a broad range of domestic and international commercial agreements and was responsible for managing a domestic and international intellectual property portfolio, intellectual property strategy, and dispute resolution. She was also responsible for public company reporting and corporate governance matters.
Before working at Carter’s, Irina worked for an international law firm in Boston, where she advised life sciences and technology clients on corporate and intellectual property matters.
Irina received her A.B. in 1998 and her J.D. in 2001, both cum laude from Duke University.