Aleksandra E. Eklund

Associate | Palo Alto | (650) 813-6497
(650) 813-6497

Aleksandra counsels clients on a broad range of IP litigation disputes, with a particular focus on patent and trade secret matters. The technologies at issue in her matters have spanned areas such as computer hardware, networking software, semiconductors, and digital smile design.

Prior to joining the firm, Aleksandra was an associate at an international law firm. Her experience included representing a major networking hardware and software company in a multi-patent litigation in the Northern District of California. She was also active in pro bono matters, including preparing an overview of equal pay laws across all U.S. states for a major organization advocating for women’s rights, and assisting a leading LGBTQ organization with their trademark applications.

Additionally, Aleksandra worked in-house for various international technological companies. She is experienced at reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements, including software licensing and supply contracts.

Aleksandra earned her master of laws from the University of California, Berkeley, where she contributed to the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. She received her B.A. in European social and political studies, with honors, from University College London. Aleksandra obtained her bachelor of laws (J.D. equivalent in UK), with honors, from the University of Law, London where she participated in the Own-it Intellectual Property Clinic.

Aleksandra is admitted to practice in California. She is fluent in Polish and conversational in French.

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