University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law,
University of Missouri-Columbia,
B.S., Mechanical Engineer, 2016
Missouri USDC, Eastern District
Missouri USDC, Western District
US Patent and Trademark Office
Thompson Coburn LLP
Associate, 2019-Present; Summer Associate 2018
Alex assists clients in intellectual property matters, including patent, trademark and copyright disputes. He performs legal research, drafts pleadings and other documents and assists with the preparation and filing of patent applications.
Alex earned his undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and his law degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He is admitted to practice before the USPTO, and he drafts applications, briefs, complaints, motions and memoranda on topics including patent, trademark and copyright infringement. In undergrad, he was the vice president of the Mizzou Eco Racing team and worked with a team of engineering students to design and build alternative energy vehicles. In law school, Alex was the layout and design editor for the Missouri Law Review and was a research assistant who assisted with research on the intersection between patent law and the regulation of drugs and medical devices.
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