About Our Firm
What We Do For You.
As a commercial litigator, I give added value to my clients by providing superior counsel and responsive client service. The constant drive to distinguish myself from other attorneys by achieving excellent, pragmatic, timely, and cost-effective results for my clients is my primary objective.
Whether a client is a start-up business, an established concern, or an individual, my commitment does not waiver. All client’s interests are paramount to myself and my support staff.
Corporate / Commercial Litigation Representation
My practice includes corporate / commercial litigation representation of clients in both federal and state courts. Mark A. Alexander, P.C. focuses on the following areas: business contracts, employment, trade secrets, fiduciary duties, injunctive relief, business torts, oil and gas fraud, premises liability and negligence.
Additionally I offer guidance to chief executives/boards of directors regarding the numerous types and operations of business entities. This includes, among other tasks, drafting complex asset purchase and sale agreements, service agreements, employment agreements, shareholder and partnership agreements, and escrow agreements.
Mark A. Alexander, P.C. – Assisting Others
Providing guidance to other entities is a “win-win situation.” To that end I have helped individuals and businesses by giving numerous lectures.
April, 1994: “How to Protect Your Business From Liability”
January, 1996: “How Executives Can Avoid/Limit Personal Liability”
April, 1996: “Fundamentals of Tort Reform Act”
March, 1999: “Employment Law Update”
November, 2001: “Hiring & Firing Employees”
June, 2001: “Hiring & Firing Employees”
April, 2003: “Business Organizations”
May, 2005: “Business Organizations”
June, 2007: “Discovery Update” (Plano Bar Association)
July, 2007: “Discovery Update” (Mesquite Bar Association)
January, 2008: “Discovery Update” (Collin County Bar Association)
February, 2008: “Current Trends in Securities Fraud”
May, 2009: “Discovery Update” (North Dallas Bar Association)
October, 2009: “Discovery Update” (Dallas Bar Solo and Small Firm Section)
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