Alexandria C. Montes is a trial attorney at the firm’s Oakland office. Ms. Montes practices in the areas of professional liability, construction litigation, business litigation, and general civil litigation. Ms. Montes has represented private entities in civil litigation matters involving allegations of serious personal injury, property damage, negligence, and breach of contract.
Ms. Montes is affiliated with several professional organizations including the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS), Risk Insurance Management Society (RIMS) and the East Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA East Bay).
Ms. Montes received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Communication from the University of Southern California in 2011 and her Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School in 2015.
Personal Injury Case Dismissed on Behalf of Non-Profit Organization: After a golf tournament participant slipped and fell at a tournament, Ms. Montes represented the non-profit organization that hosted the tournament. The case was dismissed after demonstrating the non-profit organization was not involved with or responsible for the condition of the golf course.
Case Dismissed With Fees on Behalf of Process Server: Ms. Montes represented a process server against claims that the process server did not properly effectuate service. Plaintiff’s complaint was stricken after filing an Anti-SLAPP Motion and plaintiff was ordered to reimburse the process server for attorneys’ fees and expenses.
Professional Liability Case Settled for Less than 3% of Demand: Ms. Montes represented the Architect of Record alleged to be responsible for the design of a $550 million hospitality project in Northern California for which plaintiff claimed over $60 million in damages. After extensive discovery, over 30 depositions, and multiple rounds of mediation, the matter was successfully resolved for less than 3% of plaintiff’s demand.
- State Bar of California