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Alexandra V Boone

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Products Liability, Legal Malpractice

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Alexandra Boone has concentrated her legal practice in the area of products liability. Over the past several years, she has focused on the administration and prosecution of mass tort litigation, originally focusing on occupational toxins, but more recently in the area of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. She is actively pursing cases involving hormone therapy, Vioxx, Fosamax, and Reglan on behalf of over 800 clients. In addition to being a member of the Texas bar, she is also licensed in Oklahoma and is a member of the American Association of Justice, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Oklahoma Association of Justice and the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association.

School Degree Major Graduation
Baylor University School of Law Law School N/A
State / Court Date
Oklahoma N/A

Service Type:Private


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11551 Forest Central Drive
Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75243

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