Brian Koeberle has over 30 years experience as an attorney, sports marketing agent, and negotiator. In short, he's a deal-maker. Brian is a graduate of Penn State University (B.A. Political Science) and the Duquesne University School at Law. While at Duquesne, Brian was Associate Article Editor of the Duquesne Law Review, and Founder and President of the Entertainment and Sports Law Society. He is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Along with being the managing attorney of the Koeberle Law Firm, Brian is also President/CEO of KA Sports, a sports and entertainment marketing agency he founded in 1994. In that capacity, Brian has negotiated and drafted hundreds of sports and entertainment marketing agreements between athletes/entertainers and various companies.
In addition to his sports practice, Brian also serves as counsel to a number of businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals. He also has served on the board of directors of Ballou Skies, Inc. (a nonprofit organization benefitting Muscular Dystrophy research). Brian has worked tirelessly to raise substantial funds for muscular dystrophy research for Ballou Skies; kidney disease research for The Willie Stargell Foundation; and numerous charitable initiatives for The Roberto Clemente Museum of which he serves as outside general counsel.
On the academic side, Brian is widely published in the field of legal issues dealing with sports, recreation and fitness. He currently serves on the faculty of Robert Morris University, teaching courses in Sports Law and Sport Event Management. He is also a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Community Association Institute and the Sports Lawyers Association. Brian is married and the father of one son.
During his 30+ year career, Brian has negotiated over 1,000 endorsement, marketing, and personal service agreements with Hall of Famers, Legends, and Stars of MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS, WWE, MMA, NASCAR, the Olympics, and the Entertainment World.
Brian has guided the careers of a number of Olympic/World Cup Medalists and Amateur Athletes over the years in support of their quest for Olympic Gold.
Brian has assisted the nonprofit Willie Stargell Foundation in its fundraising efforts on behalf of kidney disease.
Brian serves as outside general counsel to The Roberto Clemente Museum, assisting in the ongoing development and operation of the museum and its charitable initiatives.
Brian serves as outside general counsel to the Energy Innovation Center (EIC), a business incubation and workforce development and training center dedicated to supporting emerging clean and sustainable energy markets and technology.
Brian has helped organize, guide, and grow a number of start-up businesses for his clients, from contractors to consultants, professional organizations to nonprofits, medical professionals to sports & entertainment companies.
Brian has assisted a number of his business clients in selling their companies for record sales prices.
Brian has assisted a number of his homeowners association clients (HOA’s) in correcting defective subdivision plans; transitioning control of the private residential community from developer to HOA; updating governing documents; appealing adverse zoning and regulatory rulings; and terminating outdated escrow agreements.
Brian has created effective estate plans for young families, retired couples, and high net-worth individuals.
Brian has successfully and compassionately administered numerous estates for executors and administrators of a deceased loved one’s estate.