Alex Tomasevic is a partner at Nicholas & Tomasevic, LLP. He began litigating with the firm in 2006. His practice areas include consumer class actions, business and employment litigation, arbitration, and appeals. Mr. Tomasevic’s significant experience includes representing both individuals and large and small businesses in front of state and federal trial courts, and state and federal appellate courts. He has extensive experience in all phases of civil litigation including discovery, trials, arbitrations, settlement negotiations, and appeals.
Before joining the firm Mr. Tomasevic gained criminal law and substantial oral advocacy experience with the San Diego County Office of the Alternate Public Defender. Mr. Tomasevic received his Juris Doctorate in 2006, cum laude, from the University of San Diego School of Law where he won the Warren Family Scholarship as well as highest grade distinction in “International Litigation and Arbitration.” While pursuing his Juris Doctorate, Mr. Tomasevic was a paid research assistant to University of San Diego professor Lynne L. Dallas where he researched and wrote on law and economics, corporate governance and litigation, securities regulation, and international trade.
Mr. Tomasevic is admitted to practice before all of the California state trial and appellate courts, the United States District Court for the Southern, Central, and Northern Districts of California; the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; and the United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association and its Litigation Section.
• FCC, LLC v. Mizuho Medy Co. Ltd., et al. where Mr. Tomasevic, along with
• Maxwell v. Toys R Us where Mr. Tomasevic, along with co-counsel and