Alex Civetta has a general corporate practice in which he advises public and private companies on a broad range of significant corporate and financing transactions, with an emphasis on technology transactions, licensing and negotiation.
Mr. Civetta was previously a teaching assistant for negotiation courses at Harvard Law School, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, and various executive education programs through the Harvard Program on Negotiation. He was also a summer associate at WilmerHale, where he worked on a broad variety of legal matters.
Previously, Mr. Civetta served as a law clerk for Americans United for Separation of Church and State. He researched and wrote on public forum law, the legislative prayer, and local government powers for the US Supreme Court case Greece v. Galloway.
Before obtaining his law degree, Mr. Civetta was a senior program manager at Technolutions, Inc., where he led implementations of the company’s flagship software product at institutions across the country, advised clients on complex integration issues with their existing enterprise database systems, and developed a hiring and training process for new Technolutions employees.