Alex joined Anapol Weiss as an associate in 2019 and is a member of the firm’s Environmental and Toxic Tort Team and Mass Tort Team. His practice also includes medical malpractice, vaccine litigation, asbestos, and catastrophic personal injury.
Alex has recovered millions of dollars for his clients through settlement, jury trial, and arbitration. In 2017, Alex was recognized by The Legal Intelligencer® for achieving the highest jury verdict in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the “Insurance Category.” In 2019 and 2020, Alex was recognized a Rising Star by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers®. In 2020, Alex was also selected by the National Trial Lawyers as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff attorneys in Pennsylvania.
As a law student at Temple University Beasley School of Law, Alex was a member of Temple Law School’s Political & Civil Rights Law Review. His paper Frisky Business: Mitigating Predictive Crime Software’s Facilitation of Unlawful Stop and Frisks was published in the journal’s 2015 edition. This article was also the recipient of the Jacob Kossman Award in Criminal Law as “the best paper in the field of constitutional rights and privileges of persons accused of a crime”. Alex also served the Philadelphia community through his work at the Legal Clinic for the Disabled. For his dedication to public service and academic excellence, Alex received the highest level of recognition as a Fellow of the Rubin Public Interest Law Honor Society. He also served as Treasurer of the Jewish Law Student Association.
Alex is a competitive squash player and an outdoorsman. Alex studied Political Science at Case Western Reserve University, and received a Masters in Public Policy from the Sol Price School of Public Policy at University of Southern California.
- Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Eastern District of PA
- Case Western Reserve University: BA Political Science
- Sol Price School of Public Policy, University of Southern California: Masters of Public Policy
- Beasley School of Law, Temple University: JD
- Frisky Business: Mitigating Predictive Crime Software’s Facilitation of Unlawful Stop and Frisks (24 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. L. Rev. 215) (Recipient of the Jacob Kossman Award)