Alex Bowie represents clients in many different types of significant and complex litigation. He has represented business and individual clients in numerous federal and state courts around the country and in arbitral forums, including the NASD and JAMS. His recent matters include representing a Chinese manufacturer in a multi-million dollar breach of contract action; representing a group of research scientists in litigation brought by a biopharmaceutical company to terminate a technology license worth hundreds of millions of dollars; and bringing an arbitration on behalf of a stockholder and officer of a closely-held corporation to resolve disputes over ownership and operation of the company. Alex has represented clients in intellectual property disputes concerning computer hardware and software and other products, including copyright, Lanham Act, trade secret, and patent infringement claims; an arbitration over a former employee's deferred compensation; an employee class action alleging ERISA violations; and special proceedings in New York State Supreme Court on behalf of a limited partner following the collapse of a hedge fund seeking access to partnership records, replacement of a liquidating trustee, and distribution of partnership holdings.
Alex is a member of Day Pitney's Conflicts Ethics and Loss Prevention Committee.