Alexei Brenot is an experienced litigation attorney and handles matters concerning eminent domain, inverse condemnation, real property, construction law, real estate, as well as business and commercial transactions and litigation. He represents clients in all stages of litigation in both Federal and State courts.
Alexei is able to quickly review and analyze a client’s claims or defenses, apply sound legal principals, and formulate a litigation strategy that both maximizes a client’s recovery, while minimizing risks, costs and expenses. He has successfully represented clients in projects relating to public libraries, schools, freeways, redevelopment projects and water services and utility infrastructure projects. His work includes representing both private property owners and public entities in direct takings by eminent domain or involuntary takings by inverse condemnation.
He is experienced with both jury and bench trials, as well as with arbitration and mediation, and is highly qualified in analyzing and resolving issues related to business disputes, pre-condemnation activities, right to take challenges, valuation issues (including highest and best use, severance damages, fixtures and equipment, loss of business goodwill and loss of profits), and the related negotiation, acquisition and relocation associated with industrial, commercial, mixed-use and single and multi-family residential properties.
- Whittier Law School, J.D.
- University of Maryland, B.A.