Alexander (Alex) Uber is a principal attorney practicing in the firm’s intellectual property and litigation groups. He focuses his practice on IP portfolio management, patent prosecution, trademark and trade secret matters, and commercial litigation.
A member of the firm’s powerhouse patent team, Alex is a registered patent attorney. After earning his J.D. with a concentration in IP, Alex established a solo practice, building a strong base in IP litigation before accepting a position as assistant attorney at a specialized patent group in Austin, Texas.
In the spring of 2020, Alex returned to Baylor, his law school alma mater, to teach law. He continues to serve as an adjunct professor at Baylor Law School, assisting with Baylor University’s intellectual property law clinic.
In addition to his IP practice, Alex also represents clients in commercial litigation, due diligence and portfolio matters, and M&A/corporate matters. He works across numerous industries including energy, telecommunications, medical devices, software, and consumer goods.
Alex earned his J.D. from Baylor Law School. While in law school, he was a member of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity and participated in the Veterans Law Clinics, working alongside licensed attorneys to provide legal assistance to veterans in need. Alex earned his Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Rice University. During his time at Rice, Alex worked as an IT Help Desk Technician.
Alex is licensed to practice in the Eastern District Court of Texas, the U.S. Court of Federal Appeals, and he is admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
“IP Myths, Traps, and Disaster Avoidance Tips for the Non-IP Lawyer,” Brazoria County Bar Association. (November 8, 2019)