Learn About Lexero and Our People

Lexero is a unique law firm with the goal of providing clients with the highest quality advice, service, and value. Located in the heart of the legal capital of the world, Washington, D.C., Lexero boasts an attorney roster with appellate and trial success who has been quoted or featured in some of the world’s most prominent media outlets.

Concerned that Lexero is not geographically local to you or your business? Learn about the firm’s strategic alliances and the opportunities to enjoy Lexero’s experience and deep understanding of the law even when your matter is not based in the Washington, D.C. area.

Take a moment to get to know our team who will be working hard on your behalf.

Attorney Eric Menhart

Eric Menhart brings extensive experience as an attorney and as a former entrepreneur working in both the private and public sectors. He previously founded two successful private business ventures, so he understands entrepreneurs who want to start, grow, and protect their businesses.

Eric has a variety of trial and appellate experience. He has also appeared in various state and federal courts pro hac vice. That is, he has helped and handled cases all over the United States. In addition, Eric practices before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in trademark matters.


  • The George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C. – Juris Doctor
    • Moot Court Board – Top 15% of competitors
    • Journals – Published two major articles
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland – Bachelor of Arts, Government & Politics and Sociology (Double Major)
  • Eric J. Menhart, Taxing the Internet: Analyzing the States’ Plan to Derive Online Sales Revenue, Journal of State Taxation (2007)
  • Eric J. Menhart, Electronic Privacy Rights Communal, Private, and Public Civil Enforcement, Thomson Publishing (2005)


Emma Alensuela

Emma is the firm’s litigation paralegal. Emma helps to ensure that the firm’s cases run smoothly by handling docketing and other administrative issues, as well as substantive discovery and other issues.