About

Alex is an advocate for families and small businesses.  Alex has spent his entire career committed to the ideal that small businesses, young adults, and new families need to protect their assets and medical rights in the face of life’s unexpected events.  He is a firm believer in the idea that good legal planning improves people’s lives and their community.

Alex has successfully defended several bars and restaurants against erroneous infringement claims from BMI, ASCAP and SESAC. His experience includes myriad transactional matters for small businesses, as well as families of all stripes.  Alex has also represented numerous small and medium-sized businesses in successful collection actions. After the Minnesota smoking ban went into effect, Alex helped set up the first legal post-ban hookah bars; Hookah Kingdom and Hookah Paradise.

Alex gives back to his community by serving as the President of the Dayton’s Bluff Area Business Association and serving on the board for the Eastside Area Business Association, and Twin Cities Academy. He has helped set up several non-profits and is still involved in their charitable activities.

Alex received his Juris Doctor in May of 2008 and was accepted to the Minnesota and Federal Bars later that year. Prior to his acceptance to the Bar, Alex had nearly six years of experience clerking with several firms where he aided attorneys in the areas of small business planning, will and estate planning, and probate administration.