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Thomas G. Allen is a Shareholder in Greenberg Traurig’s International Arbitration and Litigation Group. His practice focuses on cross-border disputes in a variety of industries with an emphasis on energy, manufacturing, construction, and aviation. Thomas has wide-ranging experience in high-value international and U.S. arbitrations. He also litigates the enforceability of arbitration clauses and arbitration awards in U.S. Courts. Thomas is a frequent lecturer on international arbitration topics and is a former adjunct professor in the international arbitration discipline. He acts as an arbitrator and has advised foreign governments and corporations in investor-state dispute settlement matters. Thomas currently serves as Vice Chair of the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Committee of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association. He also counsels foreign and U.S. corporations on U.S. government investigations and enforcement proceedings. Prior to joining Greenberg Traurig, Thomas was a partner at another Global 100 law firm.

Admitted in the District of Columbia and Virginia. Has not taken the Chinese national PRC judicial qualification examination. Not admitted in Japan.

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