Alex B. Leeman is a shareholder in Prince Yeates’s commercial litigation section.
General Business Litigation\Employment Law:
Much of Mr. Leeman’s practice involves general business litigation for individuals and Utah businesses of all sizes. He has experience with a range of employment matters, including challenging and defending employment non-compete agreements, and defending against wrongful termination and discrimination claims. Mr. Leeman has also litigated the break-up of business entities and has assisted clients with leases (including evictions), service contracts, trademarks, construction defects, and real estate agreements.
Mr. Leeman has assisted property developers and other landowners with an array of land use issues, including development agreements and applications, zoning issues, conditional use permits, and annexations. Having served on a municipal planning commission, Mr. Leeman has insight into the concerns of governmental officials and elected representatives, and is able to assist clients with navigating the municipal approval process. Mr. Leeman has also been involved in eminent domain litigation on behalf of both the landowner and the condemning authority.
Mr. Leeman has represented Utah attorneys in disciplinary matters before the Utah State Bar and Utah Supreme Court, and has defended attorneys and law firms against malpractice and FDCPA claims. Mr. Leeman has also defended medical professionals against malpractice claims and assisted with pre-litigation proceedings before the Utah Department of Occupational and Professional Licensing.
Mr. Leeman has significant experience representing creditors’ interests in complex civil litigation and recovery of high-value and secured special assets. His expertise includes foreclosure and repossession of collateral, collecting deficiency claims, and defending creditors and collectors from counterclaims.…
- Commercial Litigation
- Construction Litigation
- Employment and Labor
- Financial Institutions
- Insurance Coverage and Defense
- Trademark & Unfair Business Practices