Sanaz Alempour is a trial lawyer and partner at the firm’s Fort Lauderdale West Office. She concentrates her practice on a variety of litigation and asset protection matters. Ms. Alempour is a tenacious trial lawyer and zealous advocate for her clients with a broad range of experience in state and federal litigation matters, including construction litigation, condominium and homeowners’ association litigation, general civil litigation, hospitality industry defense, errors and omissions claims, premises liability, professional malpractice and catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases.
In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Alempour also handles a variety of transactional matters relating to asset protection ranging from corporate formation, administration, succession planning, and trusts and estates.
Ms. Alempour earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Florida and Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University. While in law school, Ms. Alempour served as the Lead Articles Editor of Nova Southeastern Law Review. Her article entitled “Judicial Recusal & Disqualification: Is Sexual Orientation a Valid Cause in Florida?” was published in the 32nd edition of the Nova Southeastern Law Review in the Spring of 2008.
Ms. Alempour is admitted to practice before all state courts in Florida and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.