Alex focuses his practice in the areas of franchise and distribution law with particular emphasis on intellectual property rights and regulatory, compliance, transactional, supply chain, and dispute resolution matters in domestic and international contexts.
He received his J.D. from SMU Dedman School of Law.
Before law school, Alex worked for an investment group implementing anti-theft, forensic, and transparency protocols for franchisees’ business databases. He also worked at a real estate law firm participating in litigation preparation for construction and real estate companies involving contracts and negotiations.
During law school, Alex interned for the North Texas Tollway Authority and Catholic Charities Immigration and Legal Services. He was also a summer associate at Polsinelli PC where he researched and created multiple franchise business models and aided in the preparation for various franchise litigation issues. He was author/contributing writer for various papers including:
Global Supply Chains Supporting International Franchise Expansion: The Impact of Blockchain Technology published in International Comparative Legal Guide (Franchise 2019);
The Dallas South Initiative and the Role of Social Franchising, A White Paper (Summer 2018);
The Blockchain is Real: Understanding Blockchain and its Role in Global Supply Networks (Franchising.com 2018);
Micro-franchising: Can Scaling the U.S. Franchise Business Model Bring Basic Needs and Employment to Rural, Poor and Undeveloped Countries? (Fall 2017).