Sept. 15, 2021 – Oct. 15, 2021 | Hispanic Heritage Month
Meet Alexander Ramon
Alexander H. Ramon is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation group. He assists clients with disputes ranging from general business, complex civil, commercial landlord tenant, employment, and trade secrets litigation to contractual disputes, judgment enforcement, and professional liability. Alex is located in our Silicon Valley office.
What thrills you about working at Hoge Fenton?
The part of my work at Hoge I enjoy the most comes from collaborating on a team with diverse views. Each collaborative effort gives me the opportunity to see issues in a new way and develop creative solutions to complex problems within the legal framework.
Why is Hispanic Heritage Month important to you?
Hispanic Heritage month reminds me of my grandparents and their instruction that my responsibility to my family and my community is to take advantage of the opportunities past generations provided so that future generations will be in a better position to achieve more. Hispanic Heritage Month is a moment for introspection to appreciate those past generations’ sacrifices and to recommit to continuing that tradition for the next generation.
Explain how you are committed to the legal profession?
I am a member of the William A. Ingram Inns of Court, volunteer as a high school mock trial judge, and sit as a member of MACLA’s (Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana) board of trustees. As a member of the Ingram Inns, I am committed to and seek to encourage in other lawyers civility, collegiality, professionalism, ethics, and advocacy skills. As a volunteer high school mock trial judge and MACLA board of trustees member I work to ensure the legal profession remains a trusted service to the community.