IP Litigator Robert E. Allen Moves to McKool Smith
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Summary: The Los Angeles office of McKool Smith  welcomes Robert E. Allen, an intellectual property litigator, as a principal.

One of the nation’s leading trial firms, McKool Smith is bringing the talented Robert E. Allen onboard their Los Angeles team. Allen’s most recent work includes the class action suit brought against SiriusXM Radio Inc. His clients, Flo & Eddie of The Turtles sued Sirius for misappropriation of their pre-1972 recordings. The case ended with a partial settlement for $210 million.


Robert E Allen

Robert E Allen

Mr. Allen’s expertise is in copyright-related matters, especially in the new media and entertainment industries. He served for over a decade as the Senior Vice President, Head of Business and Legal Affairs for Universal Music Publishing Group. When working at UMPG, he also headed the New Media Business Development Committee. The team set the course and implementation for cutting-edge internet and digital exploitation policies.

His most current work was running his own firm that specialized in entertainment type IP issues at federal and state level. He is looking forward to expanding his experience by working with some of the most successful trial lawyers.

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McKool Smith was awarded by Benchmark Litigation as “IP Firm of the Year”. The firm’s accomplishments include winning nine nine-jury verdicts and ten eight-jury verdicts since 2006. They have won more “Top 100 Verdicts” from VerdictSearch and The National Law Journal than any other firm since 2007. They represent clients in complex commercial litigation, intellectual property, white collar defense, and bankruptcy matters.





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