Eisenhower, Laufer & Tarby, P.C. has been actively involved in the Northern Virginia area since 1985.
Eisenhower & Laufer P.C. has been actively involved in the Northern Virginia area since 1985.
Alexander Laufer is an experienced attorney and has personally handled thousands of real estate transactions and hundreds of complex litigation cases over the past 25 years
Alexander Laufer has been a principal in the firm of Eisenhower & Laufer P.C., since 1994. He is a member of both the Virginia and Florida bars, admitted to all state and federal courts in both jurisdictions, whose practice is concentrated in real estate transactions and civil litigation (contracts and torts). Mr. Laufer has completed several thousand settlements, residential and commercial, including tax deferred exchanges and international transactions. He has also tried several hundred court cases.
Mr. Laufer grew up in Montreal, Canada but also lived in and attended school in Jerusalem as well as Johannesburg, South Africa. Mr. Laufer has traveled extensively and speaks four languages (English, French, Hungarian and Hebrew). He graduated (cum laude) in 1972 from Loyola College and after working for a year to earn the money for law school tuition, enrolled at the University of Florida School of Law in Gainesville, Florida where he was on the Dean's List every semester in attendance and graduated with High Honors in 1976.
Upon receiving his Juris Doctor, Mr. Laufer became associated with a major Tampa, Florida law firm where his practice was concentrated in the areas of private and government contract litigation. Thereafter, Mr. Laufer spent several years as a litigator and managing attorney with Bay Area Legal Services and in 1980 co-founded the firm of Laufer, Ruiz & Skelton, P.C., in Tampa, expanding his practice to include real estate transactions and family law.
4041 University Drive
Fairfax VA 22030
ALEXANDER LAUFER joined the firm in 1994.
ALEXANDER LAUFER joined the firm in 1994. His practice is concentrated in civil litigation, with a heavy emphasis on real estate issues, especially consruction litigation and arbitration. Mr. Laufer also provides services in the areas of personal injury law, legal and medical malpractice and employment law. Mr. Laufer grew up in Montreal, Canada but also lived and attended school in Jerusalem and Johannesburg, South Africa. He speaks four languages, English, French, Hungarian and Hebrew. Mr. Laufer graduated (cum laude) in 1972 from Loyola College and with High Honors from the University of Florida School of Law in 1976. Mr. Laufer is also an adjunct professor in the Marymount University School of Business. He is a member of both the Virginia and Florida bars and is a Commissioner in Chancery in Fairfax County. Mr. Laufer has over 30 years of experience in complex litigation and has handled thousands of residential and commercial real estate transactions. He has been involved in a number of high dollar/high profile personal injury and medical malpractice cases in state and federal court.