Alex Henriques's practice focuses on patent infringement litigation in federal courts and the International Trade Commission. He has represented clients spanning a broad range of technologies and industries, including semiconductor fabrication, telecommunications and networking, computer software and hardware, medical devices, and orthopedic surgery. Alex has experience in all phases of federal court and ITC litigation, USPTO inter partes review proceedings, and Federal Circuit appeals.


Thought Leadership


A. Henriques, The Supreme Court, 2008 Term - Leading Case: Civil Rights Act, Title VII - Compliance Efforts: Ricci v. Destafano, 129 S. Ct. 2659 (2009), 123 Harv. L. Rev. 282 (2009).

A. Henriques & S. Wunsche, Improved Meshless Deformation Techniques for Real-Time Interactive Collaborative Environments, Grapp 2007, Proc. Second Int'l Conf. on Computer Graphics Theory & Applications, Barcelona, Spain, Mar. 8-11, 2007, pp. 154-64.


Admissions & Qualifications

  • New York


  • Harvard Law SchoolJ.D.2010
    Technology Chair, Harvard Law Review
  • University of AucklandB.Sc., Computer Science



    Senior Scholarship in Computer Science (awarded to the top BSc graduate in Computer Science)

    New Zealand Computer Society Cup (awarded to the top BSc(Hons) graduate in Computer Science)