Allie represents institutional clients and individuals in litigation involving capital markets transactions and commercial disputes, particularly those stemming from the financial crisis of 2008. She offers extensive experience in structured finance litigation, breach of contract claims, and complex commercial litigation. Allie has also defended individual clients in securities and white collar crime matters, including SEC investigations and FINRA arbitrations.
Allie is valued by clients and colleagues alike for her ability to effectively coordinate client teams. Her work ethic, drive, positive attitude, legal know-how, and intuitive people skills allow her to keep even the largest-scale matters on track and moving toward the right result.
Allie understands how to conserve clients’ time and resources and remains personally dedicated to keeping them well informed. A frequent contributor to the firm's Capital Markets Litigation blog, Allie is also involved in writing on various topics of interest to the financial community.
In addition to commercial law, Allie maintains a significant pro bono practice. Working through Her Justice, a nonprofit organization partnering with local law firms to provide free legal services to women in New York City, she represents domestic violence victims in child custody and support proceedings. She also works with KIND (Kids In Need of Defense) to represent minors in immigration proceedings.
In 2015, Allie served as the Alan V. Lowenstein fellow at Essex-Newark Legal Services, where she represented low-income individuals in landlord-tenant disputes in court and in administrative proceedings. Prior to joining the firm, Allie served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Rachel Adams, Kings County Supreme Court, Matrimonial Term.