Alexandra M. Fuchs (Alex)
Associate / Dallas Metro Office
Alex takes a proactive approach to understanding her clients’ innovative ideas and transforming those ideas into intellectual property rights. She uses her background in physics and math to dig into the science behind each invention and reconstruct it as a broad and effective patent application. She has experience working with clients in several industries, including medical devices, consumer products, and fitness equipment.
Alex previously served as a financial analyst for a major investment bank before becoming a patent attorney. She was a member of the Market Risk-Calculations team, where she coded an automated system used to analyze large amounts of data. She often worked with teams in different offices and in different countries. As a result of her experiences, she understands the pressures to drive innovation and the fundamentals of collaborating with a diverse team. Today, she brings the same level of effort and attention to detail in all of her projects to ensure that her clients receive the best work product for their needs.
- Prepares and prosecutes patent applications directed to negative-pressure therapy dressings and devices.
- 38th Annual Cardozo Law School Entertainment and Media Law Moot Court Competition, “Music NFTs and the Law,” Panelist, March 24, 2022
In addition to preparing and prosecuting patent applications, Alex conducts patentability studies, interviews inventors, and responds to Office Actions.
Alex spends her time outside of the office working out, cooking, and keeping up with the gymnastics community that she has been involved in for most of her life.
- Dallas Bar Association
J.D., Texas A&M University, 2020
B.S., Applied Mathematics, cum laude, University of Texas at Dallas, 2016
B.S., Physics, cum laude, University of Texas at Dallas, 2016
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U.S Patent and Trademark Office