Thompson Coburn LLP
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri
Law Clerk to the Honorable Jean C. Hamilton, 2011-2013
Brown & James
The College School of Webster Groves
Member, Board of Trustees
Head of the Personnel Committee
Alicia represents clients in complex business disputes at the trial and appellate level.
She serves as a key member of trial teams, assisting with discovery and supporting trial preparation in state and federal litigation.
She has worked on cases involving complex breach of contract claims and copyright infringement, and assisted with state appeals of trusts and estates matters and appellate issues connected to a high-stakes multi-district litigation. Alicia has also helped health care entities such as home health care providers and online pharmacies respond to DOJ investigations.
From her two-year clerkship with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Alicia has significant experience with all phases of litigation, from case opening to trial to post-trial motions and appeals. She also draws on that experience when delving into complex legal analysis and writing projects and pinpointing the answers to difficult research questions.
Alicia was part of the trial team that defended a national distributor sued after challenging a 100-year-old state regulation governing relationships between suppliers and distributers. The case, which raised significant questions about state franchise law, was successfully settled a week into a jury trial.
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