- Email: Alexander.Fumagali@lewisbrisbois.com
- Phone: 786.725.3246
- Fax: 786.513.2249
Alexander Fumagali is a partner in the Miami office of Lewis Brisbois and a member of the General Liability, Entertainment, Media & Sports, Transportation, and Products Liability Practices. His practice focuses on the areas of general civil litigation, premises liability, products liability, and negligent security.
Mr. Fumagali has defended multiple trucking companies over the past decade, and has experience as second chair in a motor vehicle accident that went to trial. He also has experience defending major electronics manufacturers such as Samsung and LG in cases involving products liability.
Prior to joining Lewis Brisbois, Mr. Fumagali practiced insurance defense litigation for a national litigation firm, and represented mortgagees in foreclosure cases throughout Florida.
Mr. Fumagali earned his Juris Doctor from the Florida State University College of Law in 2012. While in law school, he was an intern for the Honorable Judge Terry Lewis, as well as the Networking Chair for the Entertainment, Arts, & Sports Law Society. Mr. Fumagali currently serves on the Alumni Board of Directors for the Florida State University College of Law.
State Bar Admissions
United States District Courts
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
- Cuban American Bar Association
- Sports Lawyers Association
- Florida State University College of Law - Alumni Board of Directors
Florida State University College of Law
Juris Doctor, 2012
Florida State University
Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a minor in Criminology
- Delta Tau Delta
Samsung SDI Co. v. Hildreth, 299 So. 3d 582, 583 (Fla. 2d DCA 2020). As part of a team with Miami attorneys, including Partner David Luck and Jenna L. Fischman, he obtained a reversal of the trial court’s orders denying Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.’s motions for protective order regarding plaintiff’s attempts to include upfront sharing provisions in confidentiality orders. The Florida plaintiff desired to share all confidential discovery (trade secrets and proprietary business information) gathered from Samsung SDI Co., Ltd. with other plaintiff’s lawyers across the country, with no intervention of those lawyers in the Florida action, and with no rulings that such discovery obtained in Florida complied with the discovery laws of the jurisdictions in which those outside plaintiff’s lawyers sought to use the materials. In addition to reversing on this discovery issue and requiring confidentiality orders with no upfront sharing provisions, Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal further agreed with Samsung SDI Co., Ltd. that it was improper for the trial court and its magistrate judge to make “public hazard” determinations as to Samsung SDI Co., Ltd.’s products under Florida’s Sunshine in Litigation Act.