Alexis Buese’s practice involves all aspects of commercial litigation, with an emphasis on class action, contract disputes, and real estate and consumer class action litigation. She has broadly defended the consumer products and services industries against the expanding array of class actions that challenge their products, methodologies, and procedures. Her clients include numerous consumer goods manufacturers and retailers, including apparel, furniture, food, vitamin and dietary supplement companies, and e-commerce companies. Alexis regularly represents clients in telemarketing litigation brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), Florida Telephone Solicitation Act (FTSA), and other state telemarketing and consumer protection laws, and she frequently writes and speaks on telemarketing compliance.
Her real estate litigation practice has included significant disputes involving real estate and real estate transactions pending in state, federal and bankruptcy courts, as well as in arbitration proceedings across a spectrum of areas, including partnership and LLC disputes, oil and gas refinery operations, rights of first offer/refusal, adversary proceedings, as well as real estate-related contract, tort, fraudulent conveyance and lender liability claims.
In addition to litigation, Alexis also works with clients to assess their product and service offerings and mitigate litigation risk, including by creating enforceable e-commerce agreements, including the drafting and implementation of effective terms and conditions.
Alexis is dedicated to understanding each client’s specific business and legal objectives, and to delivering legal solutions that are cost-effective and work within her client’s budget to conserve time and resources. She focuses on providing creative and actionable advice when developing strategies to mitigate risk and position clients favorably. Alexis is also committed to providing the regular communication and personal attention that clients deserve.
Alexis has been a featured panelist at numerous conferences and events addressing telemarketing laws, arbitration and other contractual provisions implicated in disputes, as well as creating enforceable website terms and conditions. Recognizing the confusion created by the FTSA’s lack of clarity, Alexis was retained by the Florida Justice Reform Institute to provide critical testimony during the 2023 Legislative Session in support of the reforms.