Mr. Alford represents public utilities and other clients in a variety of matters, including commercial and tort litigation, regulatory proceedings, and contract and property issues. Representative cases include construction disputes, securities actions, antitrust and unfair trade practice claims, medical licensing, and consumer litigation. Mr. Alford also counsels clients concerning regulatory compliance, employment, and general business issues.
Mr. Alford graduated from Louisiana State University summa cum laude with a degree in International Trade and Finance and minors in Economics and Spanish. He graduated Order of the Coif from Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where he was a student research assistant to Professor Frank L. Maraist, a member of the Louisiana Law Review, and the recipient of the Vinson & Elkins Outstanding Law Review Casenote or Comment Award. After law school, Mr. Alford clerked for Judge James L. Dennis of the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.