Alex Serber combines sophisticated representation on national ERISA class action litigation matters, with proven advocacy skills and experience in all facets of federal and state tax law involving complex transactions.
Alex advises clients on tax aspects of corporate and partnership transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and company reorganizations. She also works with companies on tax-related issues such as entity structuring, federal and state tax credits, and tax controversy matters.
Alex primarily handles discovery on large, complex ERISA class action cases involving ESOPs and 401(k) retirement plans, drafts class certification motions and motions to compel in discovery disputes, educates clients on the class action process, conducts depositions, and document review.
Government Service / Previous Employment
- Extern, Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service (2016)
- Extern, Missouri Supreme Court (2015)
L.L.M. Taxation, Georgetown University Law Center, 2019
J.D., University of Missouri - School of Law, 2017, Founding Editor-In-Chief, Business, Entrepreneurship & Tax Law Review
B.A., Liberty University, 2014, magna cum laude
- District of Columbia (Practicing under the direct supervision of an active member of the District of Columbia Bar)
- US Tax Court
- Missouri Supreme Court
- Represents employees in multiple pension plan lawsuits claiming that employers used outdated mortality tables, some 50 years old, to improperly calculate pension benefits
- Settled a lawsuit against Franklin Templeton for $26 million where the plaintiffs alleged that Franklin Templeton stuffed its own employee 401(k) plan with Franklin Templeton mutual funds