Albert is a Partner in Maynard Nexsen’s Complex & Commercial Litigation practice group.  He is subject matter agnostic and connects with judges, juries, and decision-makers by distilling complex legal and factual issues into compelling narratives.  His past matters have involved co-founder disputes, large infrastructure construction projects, catastrophic personal injuries, and unique legal issues under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, the Hague Convention, and Mexico’s Law of the Electrical Industry.  

He maintains a national practice, having litigated and tried matters in California, Georgia, Nevada, and Texas.  He has appeared in JAMS, AAA, ARIAS, and ICC arbitration tribunals.  He has represented private and public companies, multinational companies, public entities, investors, founders, and entrepreneurs.

Prior to joining Maynard Nexsen, Albert was a litigation partner at a California-based firm.  He holds a J.D. from the George Washington University Law School and an A.B. from the University of California, Berkeley.

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Albert’s representative experience includes:

  • Represented owners, public entities, developers, suppliers, design professionals, contractors, and subcontractors in disputes arising from infrastructure construction projects.  
  • Projects included power plants (electrical, solar, and hydroelectric), sewage systems, SCADA control systems, seawalls, roadways, and microtunneling.  
  • Matters involved design flaws, scope gaps, delays, lost productivity, cumulative impacts, bad administration, eminent domain, and inverse condemnation.  
  • Represented founders, investors, and funds in disputes arising in early-stage companies.  
  • Industries included gaming, sports betting, media, software, medical devices, and dietary supplements.
  • Matters involved earnout disputes, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud, alter ego, GAAP and GAAS compliance, patent infringement, and trade secrets.
  • Represented and advised manufacturers, suppliers, contractors, and quality control companies in the renewable energy supply chains.
  • Energy sources included solar and hydrogen.
  • Matters involved parallel imports, withhold release orders, CBP rules and regulations, anti-dumping, CVDs, tariffs, and the UCC.
  • Represented manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors in disputes arising in the consumer supply chain.  
  • Industries included cosmetics, dietary supplements, medical devices, and food service.  
  • Matters involved California’s Proposition 65, False Claims Act, and Unfair Competition Law; false advertising; FDA rules and regulations; USDA rules and regulations; and franchise disputes.
  • Represented owners, developers, public entities, lessors, and lessees in real estate disputes.
  • Properties included single-family and multi-family residences, shopping malls, build-to-suit, build-out, mobile homes, parks and open spaces, and golf courses.
  • Matters involved lease interpretation, breach of quiet enjoyment, breach of representations and warranties, waiver, and construction and design defects.




  • State Bar: California
  • U.S. District Court: California (Central, Northern, Southern)
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