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Alexander Litt

T: (212) 239-2000 Ext. 330
F: (212) 239-7277

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Alexander Litt concentrates his practice in all facets of complex commercial litigation, arbitration and appeals for high-net-worth individuals and small to medium size businesses typically involving cases of breach of contract, fraud, and breach of fiduciary duties. Mr. Litt also represents clients in disputes among co-owners of closely-held business entities, such as limited liability companies, corporations, and partnerships. He also handles real estate disputes related to condominium and co-op governance and disputes involving sponsors of condominiums. Mr. Litt’s real estate practice also includes serving as a court-appointed receiver.

Mr. Litt’s trial experience includes examination of expert witnesses, direct and cross-examination question preparation, drafting pre-trial briefs, and preparing damage models and analysis. He is also experienced in motion practice including researching, drafting, and arguing motions for dismissal, summary judgment, contempt, and preliminary injunctions. Mr. Litt has served as first chair in numerous court hearings and depositions.


University of Miami School of Law, J.D., cum laude
University of Miami, B.S., cum laude


Mr. Litt is admitted to practice in New York and before the United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.


2023-New York Super Lawyers®-Rising Star
2022-New York Super Lawyers®-Rising Star
2021-New York Super Lawyers®-Rising Star

Representative Matters

  • Limited partners of Cayman Islands investment fund focused on enhancing performance of RMBS CDOs in direct and derivative claims against General Partner and principals in litigation pending in New York State Supreme Court, Commercial Division, alleging, among other things, breaches of fiduciary duties, breach of contract, and fraud.
  • A New York Managed Long-Term Care Plan in dispute with its former auditors, alleging, among other things, aiding and abetting the Plan’s former parent entity and principals in breaches of their fiduciary duty, fraud, and breaching the RICO statute.
  • A New York Managed Long-Term Care Plan in an Article 78 proceeding against the New York State Department of Health over payment of the plan’s Medicare rates.
  • A New York Managed Long-Term Care Plan in disputes with its providers and nursing homes.
  • A hospitality-technology vendor against its independent-contractor engineering company, in which Mr. Litt won a favorable summary judgment decision in breach of contract case.
  • A doctor in suit against her IT professional alleging breach of contract and negligence related to a malware attack and loss of data.
  • A high-net-worth individual in dispute over control of family art distribution and management in the sale of artist’s paintings alleging, among other things, mismanagement of the family company’s assets and funds.
  • A cryptocurrency company in dispute with distributor over defective hotspot miners.
  • A food distributor in collecting on unpaid promissory notes.
  • A Delaware entity in an improper books and records demand and action, resulting in a buy-out of outside investors.
  • A high-net-worth individual in a $600 million FINRA arbitration against broker-dealer for, inter alia, fraud and breach of contract.
  • An alcoholic beverage company in a lawsuit against former partners/employees for the theft of company monies and breach of employment agreement.
  • A startup technology company in AAA against co-owner and former employees alleging unfair competition and theft of trade secrets.
  • Co-op shareholders in dispute with the co-op board over their apportioned property taxes.
  • A condominium board against the condominium’s sponsor, related to building defects and under-funding of reserve fund.
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