Allen Press can be found in courts from New Jersey to Detroit to Long Island representing the airline pilots and automobile dealers who have made him their top choice for counsel from across the United States.
It is Allen's hard-work, persistence, and success in bringing actions under the Railway Labor Act — which governs union relations for airline flight crews — and in assisting dealers suffering arbitrary conduct by automobile manufacturers, that have resulted in this national practice. Allen was lead counsel for the pilots of the former TWA in their successful duty of fair representation action against their former union, the Air Line Pilots Association, which settled for $53 million after a successful trial on liability.
Allen also has extensive trial experience in construction disputes and numerous other area of business dispute.
Allen started his career as a law clerk for the Honorable Edward D. (“Chip”) Robertson, Jr., then Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court.