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LePeter Law

Lepeter Law - San Diego Biotechnology Law Practice

Greg LePeter is a solo practitioner located in San Diego. His law practice concentrates on commercial, regulatory, privacy and licensing matters affecting medical devices and mobile applications, in addition to mergers and acquisitions. Previously, Greg served as senior director, legal counsel and privacy officer for Qualcomm Life where he provided primary legal support in launching QCL’s 2net™ technologies in the US and Europe, served as lead internal counsel in medical product and software licensing (both inbound and outbound), advised on medical device product and mobile application development (including review of Open Source software matters) and assisted in the acquisition of mobile health record solutions (SaaS) and technologies relating to non-invasive blood pressure monitoring. Prior to Qualcomm Life, Greg served as associate general counsel, ethics and compliance director and privacy officer for ResMed, a global leader in regulated medical devices used to treat respiratory disorders and sleep disordered breathing. While at ResMed, Greg provided primary legal support for corporate and commercial operations in the Americas, advised on regulatory matters in product safety, device marketing and information privacy, and served as lead counsel in the acquisition of new technologies involving non-invasive respiratory monitoring and ventilation support. Greg initially moved to San Diego 15 years ago when he joined Premier, Inc. as legal counsel in directing corporate negotiations within the clinical biomedical and capital equipment sectors and the divestiture of physician practice management groups and a service division engaged in medical device reconditioning.