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Building a relationship with a client that knows you have their best interest at heart motivates me. Typically, no one wants to be involved in litigation. The idea that someone trusts you enough to protect themselves or their business is inspiring.

Alec Sedki, practicing litigation in Atlanta since 2002, handles cases primarily in construction and contract disputes, mortgage fraud, and lender financing disputes. In addition, he has significant experience with real estate based issues, such as quiet title actions.

Alec’s clients have a global reach and are faced with legal issues in many states. He has successfully represented those clients before many state and federal courts across the country.

A native of Atlanta, Alec has been active in the community throughout his legal career, volunteering his time to local charities and organizations. Currently, he sits on the Marist Alumni Board and the Beta Psi House Corporation. He is also the former board treasurer of the Georgia Tech Business Network and board member of the Georgia Tech Bar Association.


  • University of Georgia School of Law, J.D., 2002
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, B.C.E., 1998

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia

Court Admissions

  • Georgia
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia
  • United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia
  • United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan

Community Involvement

  • Marist School Alumni Board
  • Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church
  • United States, which include, being Admitted Pro Hac Vice to act as lead counsel, managing and coordinating local counsel in foreign jurisdictions, developing litigation strategy that was successfully implemented, and negotiating multiple party settlement agreements.
  • Represented a national healthcare technology company in an action in the United States District Court, Western District of Michigan against claims of breach of national supply agreements. Obtained a successful outcome for the client.
  • Represented a global chemical and biotechnology company, as lead counsel in Georgia, in a multi-billion dollar action in the United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia. The claims included breach of contract, fraud, patent and trademark infringement, and state and federal securities violations. I was able to meet the client’s objectives in an efficient and economical manner.
  • Represented a national home builder in claims relating to breach of warranty and negligent construction from inception through arbitration.
  • Represented a national restaurant chain franchisor in a breach of contract action that resulted in a directed verdict at trial in favor of client.
  • Represented an international construction material manufacturer in a product defect action in the state of Michigan. Obtained summary judgment on behalf of the client and against the property owner and subcontractor.
  • Represented a national multi-family developer in a variety of matters, including breach of contract and tortious interference claims in multiple forums.
  • Represented multiple mortgage lenders in actions against the co-conspirators in mortgage fraud schemes, which resulted in substantial verdicts and settlements in favor of the clients. Represented successfully multiple mortgage lenders in actions for the recovery of mortgage brokers’ bonds.
  • Represented an owner of a multi-million-dollar piece of property in a partition action against the co-owners. Obtained summary judgment on behalf of the client and was granted permission to sell the property on the open market.