Alexix Terríquez assists clients in complex product liability, technology, cyber security/privacy, financial and commercial disputes. Alexix has a breadth of general and commercial litigation experience. Alexix defends manufacturers of automobiles, recreational vehicles, boats/vessels, aircraft components and navigational software, consumer products, heavy machinery, construction equipment and construction-related products, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices.
Alexix counsels manufacturers, developers, and companies in the aviation, transportation, autonomous machines, construction, technology, commercial trucking, pharmacy, and financial industries on regulatory compliance, industry standards, and business best practices. Alexix also serves as national counsel for manufacturing, mobility, and construction equipment industries where he oversees local counsel and directs national defense strategies.
Alexix advises organizations from small/medium sized to multinational corporations and organizations with cybersecurity preparedness, regulatory compliance, privacy counseling, and business best practices including creating data security plans and data theft recovery plans. Alexix further assists organizations with data breach/cyber-attack incident response and mitigation efforts, post-incident regulatory enforcement, compliance, and navigating data breach litigation or threats of litigation.
Alexix strongly believes in serving and giving back to the community. He is a member of Snell & Wilmer’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee, serves on the Arizona State University Art Museum’s Creative Impact Board, and is on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Sustainability Alliance, a non-profit, non-partisan group committed to protecting our environment and promoting sustainable living through action and advocacy.
Alexix also provides pro bono representation to immigrants seeking asylum or other immigration relief in the United States where he is able to use his fluency in Spanish and French to help non-English speakers navigate the complex immigration process. During law school he represented indigent clients as a pro bono law student in employment-related matters including wrongful termination, wage and hour disputes, and discrimination. Alexix mentors diverse and first-generation students interested in pursuing a legal career.
Boston University School of Law (J.D., 2014)
Latin American Law Student Association, President (2012-2013)
University of California, Santa Barbara (B.A., History with honors, 2010)
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Treasurer
l'Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Lyon, Lyon, France (Certificate of Political Studies, 2009)
Arizona Sustainability Alliance (AZSA)
Arizona Association of Defense Counsel
President, Young Lawyers Division, 2019
ASU Art Museum Creative Impact Advisory Board (2020)
Arizona State Bar Leadership Institute (2019-2020)