Alexander J. Davie is an attorney at Riggs Davie PLC, based in Nashville, TN.
Alex’s legal practice encompasses a wide variety of corporate, finance, and real estate matters. In his corporate practice, he has worked extensively with entrepreneurs and emerging companies on all aspects of their businesses, including company formation, business planning, mergers and acquisitions, vendor and customer contracts, corporate governance, debt and equity financings, and securities offerings. In addition, Alex has represented investment advisors, securities brokers, hedge funds, private equity funds, and real estate partnership syndicators in numerous private offerings of securities and in ongoing compliance.
In his real estate practice, he has participated in property acquisitions, mortgage financings, and commercial leasing matters throughout the United States. He has represented developers, governmental entities, life insurance companies, banks, and owners of malls, shopping centers, industrial parks, and office towers. He has worked on a number of transactions involving the syndication of real estate partnerships, advising sponsors on both real estate and securities issues. He has also advised securities firms as underwriter’s counsel on several tax-exempt bond offerings.
Alex received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating magna cum laude and his Juris Doctor degree at Duke University School of Law, graduating with high honors. While in law school, he served as the Managing Editor of the Duke Law & Technology Review. In addition, Alex received a Master of Education degree in Organizational Leadership from Peabody College at Vanderbilt University.
Alex began his career at Ballard Spahr LLP and later at Hangley Aronchick Segal & Pudlin, both of which are based in Philadelphia, PA. Later, Alex served as vice president and general counsel to a private investment fund manager. In 2011, he returned to private practice, where he advises a variety of clients on their business law matters.
Alex has experience serving on the boards of a number of civic organizations, including having served as the president of a 300+ unit condominium association. He is also active in the Nashville Bar Association, serving as the chair of its Business Transactions and Corporate Counsel Committee.