Alex is a registered patent attorney with United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) experience and a résumé that includes an exceptional engineering background. He focuses his practice on intellectual property rights with an emphasis on patent prosecution for clients ranging from large corporations to startups in a number of technology areas, including computer software, medical devices, mechanical devices and consumer products.

While in law school, Alex completed an externship at the USPTO examining electrical engineering-related patent applications. There he also worked with quality assurance specialists reviewing the prosecution history of patent applications in order to reduce the caseload of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Alex uses his insider knowledge of the USPTO to determine the most efficient route to obtain registered patents for his clients.

After receiving his J.D., Alex would continue his education by earning a Master of Science in electrical and computer engineering from Johns Hopkins University. This has enhanced his intellectual property practice in matters involving technologies such as computer science, electrical engineering, machine learning and artificial intelligence, satellite communication systems, wireless and wireline network integration, 5G mobile networks, image engineering and navigation systems. 

Alex also has a Bachelor of Science from the Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering of Florida Atlantic University. As a student there, Alex was part of a team that designed, built and tested an autonomous renewable energy-scavenging vessel. Alex has also won awards during his academic career for business planning and in intellectual property, federal income tax, and antitrust law.