Alex Oh is a partner and registered patent attorney at Stoel Rives LLP. His practice focuses on U.S. and foreign patent strategy, preparation, and prosecution for start-ups, Fortune 500 companies, research institutions, and universities in a wide variety of technologies, including biotechnology, chemistry, pharmaceuticals, clean technology, mechanical devices and medical devices. Alex also devotes significant time to strategic intellectual property counseling, pre-litigation patent analysis, intellectual property litigation, post-grant proceedings, patent opinions, patent portfolio management, product clearance and freedom-to-operate assessments, and IP due diligence and transactions.
Alex is very committed to the LGBTQ community in Washington, of which he is a prominent member. He currently serves on the board of the QLaw Association of Washington as its Immediate Past President. Since 2011, Alex has acted as Cooperating Counsel/Pro Bono Attorney for Legal Voice (formerly known as Northwest Women’s Law Center) and Montana Human Rights Network. Alex also serves as an Ex Officio Member of the eQuality Advisory Council, Center for Children & Youth Justice (CCYJ). CCYJ’s eQuality Project is the first statewide effort to help LGBTQ youth in foster care and the juvenile justice system find safety and support.