Alex Hahn is Of Counsel at Pabian & Russell, LLC, concentrating in the areas of commercial & general litigation and appellate advocacy. He has been a member of the Massachusetts Bar for more than two decades, and has argued dozens of times before the Massachusetts Appeals Court and Supreme Judicial Court. Alex was the principal brief writer in Tartarini v. DMR (2012), in which the Appeals Court changed the definition of intellectual disability in Massachusetts. He was also the principal brief writer in Walter E. Fernald Corp v. Governor (2015), in which the Supreme Judicial Court narrowed the definition of sovereign immunity in Massachusetts.
Attorney Hahn regularly litigates matters involving non-competition agreements, employment discrimination, and complex contract disputes. He has also been an instructor since 2001 with Boston University’s Paralegal Certificate program, teaching both Legal Technologies and Probate and Family Law.
Attorney Hahn is also an acclaimed author and has written two books about the musician Prince, Possessed (2005) and The Rise of Prince (2017).