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    An entrepreneur at heart, Tammie Alexander understands that the key to successfully representing her clients is to become part of their team and understand the inner-workings of their business, giving her a greater understanding of the bottom line impact of legal decisions.  For clients, this means that Tammie becomes a true trusted advisor and often an extension of their ownership and management teams. 

    Rarely does a development project happen in North Central West Virginia that Tammie is not involved with in some way.  Tammie assists clients with banking, real estate, commercial transactions, title insurance, and construction law matters. The perfect combination of a strategic thinker and a doer, Tammie is well versed in navigating the intricate nature of working on large scale projects involving multiple property owners, governmental agencies, and financial investors.

    Tammie's experience as vice president and general counsel of a nationally recognized bank, and president of one of its subsidiaries, brings a unique banking industry perspective to her practice. Tammie is the department head for the Business Department, practice group leader for the Banking, Real Estate, and Financial Services Practice Group and serves on the firm's Strategic Planning Committee.

    Memberships & Awards

    West Virginia Executive Sharp Shooter Award 2017
    West Virginia Living Magazine Wonder Woman Award 2016
    American Bar Association
    West Virginia Bar Association, Chair Real Estate Division
    West Virginia State Bar, IOLTA Committee Member
    Monongalia County Bar Association
    The State Journal, Generation Next 40 Under 40 (2008)
    West Virginia Habitat for Humanity Outstanding Board Member 2012

    Key Experience

    Regularly represents developers of residential and commercial real estate projects often from concept to completion, including those engaged in multi-state construction projects
    Represented hospitality and related clients in business startup, structuring, and financing efforts, including private placements
    Regularly represents local and regional banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions on a variety of matters from commercial and consumer lending to compliance and regulatory matters

    Speaking Engagements

    Ms. Alexander has given numerous presentations on the topics of Identity Theft, Mortgage Fraud, and Tips for Avoiding Computer-Based Banking Scams. She also conducts training for commercial and residential mortgage lenders and often speaks at various contractor association events, providing useful tips and tools to construction trade professionals.