Mark Allen leads teams to analyze complex economic issues in commercial litigation. He has extensive expertise with matters involving mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and securities, as well as general damages issues. Mr. Allen’s industry experience includes aircraft manufacturing, banking, energy, labor, life sciences, real estate, and technology. He consults in all phases of commercial litigation and regulatory proceedings, working closely with counsel to develop economic and financial testimony for leading academic and industry experts.
Mr. Allen manages Cornerstone Research’s publications related to securities class action filings. He has also published research on estimating economic losses in damages awards. He speaks on topics related to breach of contract, torts, and labor and employment litigation.
Mergers and acquisitions
Mr. Allen has consulted on issues in a variety of M&A matters. His experience includes:
Mr. Allen has experience with issues related to breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duties, and has provided analysis in cases involving due diligence and disclosure by large public corporations. His experience includes:
Mr. Allen has consulted on numerous securities matters involving large market capitalization companies. His experience includes:
Prior to joining Cornerstone Research, Mr. Allen was a vice president of Applied Economics Partners (AEP), a litigation consulting firm. Previously, he worked as a trial lawyer and litigator in Washington, DC, and Virginia. His experience included labor and employment, mass tort, and other commercial litigation cases in state and federal courts. He also participated in appellate practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts of appeals, and the Supreme Court of Virginia.