Alex is a Dispute Resolution Solicitor based in the Guildford office.
Prior to joining DMH Stallard, Alex was a paralegal at Quastels in the West End and trained at Darlingtons Solicitors in North West London.
Alex’s practice concentrates on commercial dispute resolution and contentious employment matters.
Much of Alex’s dispute resolution work concerns sensitive and complex issues relating to: shareholders’ and directors’ duties, professional negligence, consumer/business credit arrangements, regulated/unregulated lending activity with security issues, loan agreements and commercial fraud and enforcement.
Alex’s employment practice covers both commercial and statutory matters, which include: breach of restrictive covenants, misuse of data and theft of confidential information, unfair dismissal, discrimination and whistleblowing.
Outside of practice, Alex lectures at the University of Westminster, where he focuses on Company and Partnership Law.
Alex qualified as a Solicitor in 2020.
Recent work highlights
- Advising a shareholder in relation to s994 proceedings and parallel employment claims against the company
- Advising a commercial borrower in respect of his liability and duties under a personal guarantee
- Advising a borrower on a multijurisdictional disputed loan agreement for c. £4m
- Advising a client in respect of a whistleblowing claim as a result of the misuse of the furlough scheme