Aaron Starr brings more than 15 years of wide-ranging legal experience to his role as Chief Legal Officer and Board Member for BrokenHealthcare.org. He is a solutions-focused, problem solving attorney with extensive domestic and international corporate, transactional, and litigation experience.
In his role as Chief Legal Officer, he is responsible for the overall legal strategy and operations, organizational governance matters, litigation and risk management, transactions, and legal and regulatory compliance. Aaron also supports the organization’s advocacy efforts and development of healthcare public policy initiatives.
In addition to being an integral member of the BrokenHealthcare.org team, Aaron serves as Chief Legal Officer for Amaze, a start-up public benefit corporation, which provides employer-sponsored education along with a subscription-based mobile service that enables employees and their families with everything they need to manage their own health care. He also serves as General Counsel for Lean Methods Group, a management consulting firm specializing in the application of highly collaborative and methodical approaches, including Lean and Six Sigma, to business performance improvement. In both roles, Aaron provides counsel on a wide variety of complex legal issues, including drafting and negotiating all contracts and licenses, ensuring data privacy and security compliance, advising on corporate and board governance matters, and managing all litigation and claims.
Prior to his current roles, Aaron enjoyed a successful career in private practice at the law firm of Conrad O’Brien PC, Philadelphia, which is ranked among the top firms in Pennsylvania for commercial litigation practice by Chambers and Partners. He had a broad based litigation practice focusing on complex commercial and employment matters involving Fortune 500 companies, and defense of legal and medical professional liability claims against AmLaw 100 firms and a world-renowned pediatric hospital.
Aaron earned his law degree from Rutgers University Law School and his Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, from Gettysburg College.