Using Litigation to Achieve Practical Business Solutions
Alex Barnett-Howell

Alex Barnett-Howell

Associate

P: 973-218-1111
F: 973-218-1106
 

Areas of Practice

Complex Commercial Litigation
Intellectual Property

Education

University of Michigan Law School, J.D., 2014, cum laude

University of North Carolina, Asheville, B.A., 2008

Admissions

New Jersey
New York
U.S. District Courts for the District of New Jersey, and Southern and Eastern Districts of New York

Alex Barnett-Howell, Associate

“Since joining the firm, Mr. Barnett-Howell has been part of the team representing Benjamin Carter, a whistleblower who exposed government contracts fraud by Kellogg Brown & Root in Iraq, as well as other whistleblowers under the False Claims Act, including those with claims against pharmaceutical companies, health care providers, and corporate entities.
Additionally, Mr. Barnett-Howell has helped represent a major manufacturer in an antitrust and trademark action, as well as provide internal compliance and regulatory assistance for a national corporation.”

Mr. Barnett-Howell’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including intellectual property and antitrust issues. Additionally, Mr. Barnett-Howell has helped represent a major manufacturer in an antitrust and trademark action, and provided internal compliance and regulatory assistance for a national corporation.

While in law school, Mr. Barnett-Howell interned with the Kings County District Attorney’s Office—Medicaid Fraud Bureau, the Criminal Appellate Practice Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School, and the Wisconsin Innocence Project.