Alex has been an associate with the Tendy Law Office since 2016, primarily serving as outside general counsel for businesses and nonprofit organizations in New York. Alex provides a broad range of legal services including drafting corporate documents, overseeing board meetings, and guiding clients regarding corporate compliance. Alex regularly practices before the New York Office of the Attorney General, including submitting petitions on behalf of not-for-profit corporations for the sale of real property. He will be teaching a CLE class on the subject in late 2022.
Alex also has represented clients in a number of complex cases, including commercial litigation, white collar criminal defense, Article 81 guardianship proceedings and intellectual property litigation in the Southern District of New York. He has also performed significant pro bono work, including assisting with the appeal of a murder conviction and advocating for an employee’s rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act. In 2018, Alex had an article entitled “Practice What You Preach: Why Ethical Policies are Good for Business” published by Corporate Counsel.
Prior to joining the Tendy Law Office, Alex graduated from American University Washington College of Law. He has developed a well-rounded legal experience while working for boutique law firms in New York City and on Long Island, providing both litigation and transactional work for a wide array of clients, typically to meet the needs of small businesses. He has represented clients in cases involving fraud, intellectual property rights, Civil RICO, employment issues, defamation and commercial litigation.
While in law school, Alex served as a student attorney at the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office where he conducted a number of bench trials and arraignments. Alex also authored an article about the liability issues surrounding Google’s autonomous car which was published in Faulkner Law Review in 2014. Alex was admitted to practice in the Southern District of New York in July 2018.