- St. Thomas University School of Law, J.D., 2012
- Harvard Business School Executive Program, 2008
- University of Hartford, M.B.A., 1996
- Bryant University, 1995
- University of Hartford, B.S.B.A., 1993
- American Business School of Paris, 1992
- French Baccalaureate Cum Laude, 1990
- Florida Bar
- District of Columbia Bar
- American Bar Association
- Florida Bar Association
- D.C. Bar Association
- Miami Dade County Association
Alexandre’s business track record includes a vice president position at a prominent Miami real estate brokerage firm where Alexandre oversaw the market placement of a $3 billion real estate portfolio. Subsequently Alexandre became vice president at a national real estate investment firm where Alexandre oversaw close to a $2.5 billion in acquisitions and market placements.
In his law practice Alexandre focuses in the areas of corporate & partnerships structuring, real estate transactions, international taxation, arbitration & litigation.
Overseen transactions include real estate acquisitions & dispositions involving international tax matters & 1031 exchanges, title review & issuance of title insurance (licensed with Fidelity, The Fund and NATIC), real estate financing & development, condominium governance, residential & commercial leases, multilayered corporations & partnerships formations, international structures & taxation, mergers & acquisitions, private equity, venture capital & corporate finance.
Resolved disputes in and out of court involving real estate & contracts disputes, shareholder derivative suits, landlord tenant disputes, partnerships disputes, corporate governance, breach of fiduciary duties, judicial dissolutions, partition suits, condo disputes, city violations mitigations, condo termination defense and prosecution, FDUTPA cases, divorces, unjust enrichment, fraud, civil theft, enforcement and domestication of foreign judgments. Alexandre’s prior business experience has proven to be a major asset both in transactional and in conflict resolution settings.
Alexandre’s fluency in Italian, French, English and Spanish has proven to be a major asset in settings involving international transactions and disputes.
– Alexandre Ballerini, Esq.