Alex’s practice focuses on representing corporations and insurance companies in complex commercial, fraud, antitrust and RICO litigation. He has represented commercial real estate clients in commercial eviction actions; defended companies in employment discrimination litigations; counseled manufacturing clients with respect to Federal Trade Commission Guidelines; and advised businesses with respect to class-action liability under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.
In anticipation of the legalization of recreational cannabis in New Jersey, Alex assisted with the development of Saiber LLC's new Cannabis Practice. Alex is the managing editor of the New Jersey Cannabis Counsel blog which provides commentary and information about the proposed legalization legislation.
Alex has also represented physicians, nurses and hospitals in professional negligence litigation, including conducting and defending depositions, litigating dispositive motions and counseling clients at the initiation of the litigation and prior to critical depositions. Alex appears and argues in both federal and state court in New Jersey and has extensive experience litigating before special discovery masters in complex litigation.
Prior to joining Saiber in 2015, Alex was an associate at a boutique litigation firm defending complex medical malpractice lawsuits with potential multimillion dollar verdicts. Alex also served as a law clerk at a litigation firm in Chicago where he assisted in the defense of medical malpractice actions and §1983 deliberate indifference lawsuits against physicians working for correctional facilities. During college, Alex served as a judicial extern to the Hon. Clare E. McWilliams in the Circuit Court of Cook County at the Daley Center in Chicago, IL.