Alexander B. Uber
Associate, Registered Patent Attorney

Clients appreciate my collaborative, hands-on approach to protecting and monetizing their intellectual property assets. I’m dedicated to being available to each client and learning everything I can about their technology, brand and industry that will help achieve their goals.

Alex Uber focuses his practice on helping businesses, inventors and entrepreneurs protect their intellectual property assets. He guides clients through every aspect of a wide variety of patent, trademark and trade secret matters, including strategic planning, prosecution, licensing, and the enforcement and defense of rights in the courtroom.

Alex is a registered patent attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He has prosecuted patents across a number of industries, ranging from software applications and oil and gas to waste management, pharmaceuticals and medical devices. With his unique background in programming, Alex can identify issues quickly and develop practical solutions for protecting and monetizing software applications and a variety of other complex technologies.

In addition to his intellectual property practice, Alex assists the firm’s litigation team in a broad range of commercial disputes, including cases involving breach of contract, fraud, breach of fiduciary duties, and much more.

Dedicated to serving his community, Alex is a non-faculty advisor for the USPTO’s licensed IP clinic program at Baylor Law School, which focuses on mentoring law students and helping local inventors and entrepreneurs protect their intellectual property rights.

Thought Leadership / News
November 8, 2019 
 Speeches and Presentations
IP Myths, Traps and Disaster Avoidance Tips for the Non-IP Lawyer

Brazoria County Bar Association

January 3, 2019 
 Press Releases
  • J.D., Baylor University School of Law (2013)
  • B.A., Psychology, Rice University (2010)
Bar Admission
  • Texas
Court Admission
  • United States Patent and Trademark Office
When I Feel Most At Home
  • Spending the night in with a horror movie (or several)
  • Playing competitive online games
  • Taking a long drive with the windows down