“I am an attorney who utilizes my extensive civil litigation experience to deliver maximum results for my clients.”
Alex handles a full caseload of general litigation matters, including commercial and business litigation, often working in tandem with in-house counsel and claims adjusters. His duties encompass every aspect of a lawsuit, from drafting pleadings to arguing motions before the court, conducting discovery, negotiating settlements, and otherwise preparing a case for trial. Alex’s professional duties also include researching and analyzing statutes, court rules, and court precedents, and assessing how these impact his clients. Additionally, he has experience in civil appellate matters before the Nevada Supreme Court.
In courtrooms, agencies, and tribunals across the country, we pursue our clients’ interests–both cost-effectively and with positive results.
- University of California, Hastings College of Law, 2003
- Cornell University, 1997
- Clark County Bar Association
- Nevada Trial Lawyers Association
- Nevada, 2006
- New York, 2004
- U.S. District Court, District of Nevada, 2006
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 2005
- Represented an automotive dealership in an action for the negligence of an off duty employee. We obtained summary judgment on behalf of the dealership from the trial court and the plaintiff appealed. The Nevada Court of Appeals affirmed summary judgment in our favor.
Represented a chemical company being sued by its former CEO for severance and alleged deferred compensation totaling nearly $1MM. Following a trial over several days in private arbitration, the chemical company obtained a defense verdict on nearly all claims, only paying pennies on the dollar.
- Represented numerous automotive dealerships in unrelated breach of contract and breach of warranty actions. The cases were tried in private arbitration and resulted in defense verdicts.
- Represented numerous plaintiffs in medical malpractice actions. The state cap on non-economic damages, which was established to limit the exposure of medical professionals, was averted by proving ordinary negligence, resulting in settlements greatly exceeding the statutory $350,000 cap.