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Tel: 301.475.9600

 

 

Practice Areas:

 

Civil Litigation; Appellate Practice; Business Law; Contracts; Real Estate and Land Use;  Personal Injury and Wrongful Death; Wills and Estates;  Government; Family Law

 

 

Education:

 

J.D., Catholic University of America

 

B.A., Gordon  College

 


Admitted:  

 

Maryland

 

U.S. District Court,

District of Maryland

 

U.S. Court of Appeals,

Fourth Circuit

 

U.S. Supreme Court

Alfred A. Lacer, Esq.

al.lacer@alfredalacer.com

 

Mr. Lacer possesses over thirty years of experience in civil litigation.  He is a graduate of The Catholic University of America's Columbus School of Law where he distinguished himself in appellate advocacy.  In more than thrity years as an attorney, he has practiced  extensively in a broad range of law including business and commercial, real estate and land  use, estates, torts and wrongful death litigation  both as plaintiff's and defense counsel.  He has advised and represented a broad range of corporate and professional entities on matters of business organization, asset protection, employment and insurance.  He has represented private and public sector clients on public policy and governmental matters.  In addition to extensive trial court experience, Mr. Lacer has engaged in appellate practice before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and Court of Appeals.  He has extensive experience in contracts on a broad range of legal topics including employment, business transactions and real estate. He advises clients on asset protection and estate planning and provides legal counsel on issues pertaining to family law.

Admitted: 1977, Maryland; 1980, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; 1997, U.S. Supreme Court

Law School: Catholic University of America, J.D., 1977

College: Gordon College, B.A., 1974

Member: St. Mary's County (Vice President, 1979-1980; President, 1980-1981), Maryland State (Member, Committee on Judicial Appointments, 1982-1985) and American Bar Associations.