ALLEN EATON

He’s supported matters in federal and state courts around the U.S and the European Union.  His consulting experience encompasses a broad range of areas of law including intellectual property, contracts, securities, criminal defense, criminal prosecution, environmental law, medical malpractice, and pharmaceutical liability.

Allen cut his teeth in-house as trial technology support for global litigation firm Howrey. He supported top-tier attorneys representing Fortune 500 companies and world-famous brands such as Phillips, Titleist, Abercrombie & Fitch, and BMW.

 

Since going independent in 2011, Allen has continued to support top firms in high-stakes commercial dispute resolution, including for such clients as Walmart, Home Depot, GE, Samsung, T-Mobile, and Diageo, but has also worked on increasingly diverse matters. 

He presented the case against Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross challenging the addition of a citizenship question to the U.S. Census, and, during the pandemic, he presented evidence in a remote zoom trial for incarcerated people exposed to COVID-19 in Texas prisons - both of which cases ultimately ended up at the Supreme Court. He also presented evidence in the post-conviction hearing resulting in a new trial order for Serial's Adnan Syed.

 

He’s supported matters in federal and state courts around the U.S and the European Union.  His consulting experience encompasses a broad range of areas of law including intellectual property, contracts, securities, criminal defense, criminal prosecution, environmental law, medical malpractice, and pharmaceutical liability.

Allen cut his teeth in-house as trial technology support for global litigation firm Howrey. He supported top-tier 

attorneys representing Fortune 500 companies and world-famous brands such as Phillips, Titleist, Abercrombie & Fitch, and BMW.

 

Since going independent in 2011, Allen has continued to support top firms in high-stakes commercial dispute resolution, including for such clients as Walmart, Home Depot, GE, Samsung, T-Mobile, and Diageo, but has also worked on increasingly diverse matters. 

 

He presented the case against Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross challenging the addition of a citizenship question to the U.S. Census, and, during the pandemic, he presented evidence in a remote zoom trial for incarcerated people exposed to COVID-19 in Texas prisons - both of which cases ultimately ended up at the Supreme Court. He also presented evidence in the post-conviction hearing resulting in a new trial order for Serial's Adnan Syed.

Trial Technology Specialist

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Since 1997 Allen Eaton has amassed thousands of hours on hundreds of litigation matters in the hot seat.