For nearly a decade, Alex Solo has represented plaintiffs and defendants in controversies that run the gamut of technologies, including 3D cameras, microprocessors, operating systems, video games, airplane seats, and magnetic nanomaterials. In addition to patent matters, Alex has handled cases involving musical works, theft of trade secrets, false advertising, and misuse of brand names. Regardless of the subject matter, Mr. Solo analyzes every dispute from technical, legal, and business angles in order to develop an effective strategy that is custom-fit to the unique facts and interests at issue.
Mr. Solo has provided lectures on patent litigation, and was included in the 2014, 2015, and 2016 New Jersey Super Lawyers publications as a “Rising Star.”
Mr. Solo's cases have taken him through jury trials, appeals, and arbitrations throughout the United States. Thus, while Mr. Solo approaches cases with an eye towards a quick and effective resolution, the possibility of a trial never escapes his view and is always included in his overall case strategy.
Mr. Solo solves many issues without ever reaching the courtroom forum. Mr. Solo helps his clients to avoid costs and damages by guiding them through the minefield of cease and desist letters, corporate policies, and employee conduct.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Solo was a software developer and his love of technology has never wavered. Mr. Solo is able to dissect complex technologies and present them in ways that are easily understood and interesting to judges and juries.
In addition to being a litigator, Mr. Solo is a registered patent attorney who has prosecuted many patents in front of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In addition to his litigation work, Mr. Solo advises clients on the optimal ways to create, manage, and license their products and intellectual property