Alex Thrasher is a litigator in the Construction Practice Group who represents clients in complex construction-related matters. He is adept at managing cases throughout all phases of litigation to advance his clients’ interests and has tried numerous cases through final verdict or award. Prior to practicing law, Alex was a project manager for an industrial contractor where he worked on projects in the power generation, water and wastewater, oil and gas, and pulp and paper industries throughout the Southeast.

Alex’s business background gives him a real-world viewpoint on the issues faced by clients and how to achieve the most successful outcomes. He routinely litigates disputes involving construction defects, project delays, differing site conditions, change orders and additional work, contract termination, lien and bond claims, and insurance coverage issues. His experience is broad and includes claims arising from healthcare, power generation, state department of transportation, federal government, and commercial development projects around the country. 

Alex also advises clients on a range of other legal matters, including corporate structuring and management, strategic business and project planning, asset purchases, and contract drafting, negotiation, and administration.

Alex graduated (magna cum laude) from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, where he was the recipient of the Daniel Austin Brewer Professionalism Award and an editor of the Cumberland Law Review. He earned a B.A. in International and Area Studies from Washington University in St. Louis.