Mr. Allen is a member of the firm's Business & Financial Services Litigation Group in the Boston office, where he concentrates his practice litigating complex commercial and financial disputes on behalf of nationally and internationally based clients including pharmaceutical and medical equipment companies, software development companies, utility and energy companies, and private individuals. He has experience representing clients in both state and federal court as well as in arbitration in a broad range of business and financial services actions involving breaches of contract, breaches of fiduciary duties, claims for unfair and deceptive trade practices, and general business torts and fraud claims.
Mr. Allen devotes part of his practice to litigating real estate matters, including the resolution of land and title disputes, title defects and title insurance matters. Mr. Allen’s work includes the representation of a national title insurance company resolving title claims on behalf of insured lenders and property owners.
Mr. Allen’s practice also includes the representation of Full Court Peace in certain pro bono matters. Full Court Peace is a non-profit organization dedicated to using basketball youth programs and teams to unite, strengthen and educate local and global communities.
Prior to law school, Mr. Allen attended Hamilton College and the Noble & Greenough School and is an active member of each school’s alumnae community. Mr. Allen also currently serves as a member of the Board for The Float Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and funds for various health concerns and initiatives in the New England area.
During law school, in addition to working as a summer associate at McCarter & English, Mr. Allen also served as a legal intern at the Massachusetts Division of Banks working in compliance and litigation matters concerning banks and other state financial institutions. Mr. Allen was also a member of the Suffolk University Law Review, serving as note editor. Mr. Allen received the Suffolk Jurisprudence Award for Criminal Law in the Fall of 2005 and the Sidney J. Rosenthal Memorial Scholarship from 2006-2008.