Alden has litigated patent infringement cases in courts across the United States. His litigation experience spans a variety of technical fields including electrical and computer engineering, telecommunications, and biochemistry.
Alden served as a law clerk to the Honorable Roy Payne of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas in Marshall, Texas. During his time at the Court, Alden also served as an acting law clerk to District Judge Rodney Gilstrap. During Alden’s clerkship, the Marshall Division was one of the busiest federal courts in the United States and nearly half of all U.S. patent cases were filed there. Alden assisted with multiple jury trials in intellectual property, products liability, and civil rights. He also assisted with dozens of claim construction hearings.
Alden earned his law degree at the University of Texas where he was an Associate Editor of the Texas Law Review. While at UT, Alden was a finalist in the Intramural Mediation Competition, a semifinalist in the Hutcheson Moot Court competition, and received the Legal Research Board “Best Memorandum Award.” He was also elected Chairman of the University of Texas Graduate Student Assembly.