Brown Fox Welcomes Litigation Attorney Allison Elizabeth Raley

August 16, 2017 Tag: Firm News

Allison Raley

Brown Fox is pleased to announce the addition of Litigation Attorney, Allison Raley. Allison represents clients in matters involving business and commercial litigation, labor and employment litigation, and cyber-security, data protection and information privacy.  Allison earned her law degree from Baylor Law School. She served on the Baylor Law Review as an Articles Editor, was Texas Young Lawyer’s State Moot Court Champion, and participated in the Order of the Barristers. Allison also was awarded the Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship. Prior to law school, Allison obtained her B.A. from Drury University, where she was an NCAA Academic All-American as a member of the golf team.

Russ Brown, the Firm’s Managing Partner, shared, “We are extremely excited to have Allison on the Brown Fox team. She’s a gifted, high-character attorney and many of our clients have quickly grown to appreciate the talent and integrity she brings to the table.”  Learn more about Allison and Brown Fox PLLC by clicking here.

Brown Fox is a Dallas-based law firm, primarily focused on business/commercial litigation, corporate and securities counseling and transactions, and labor and employment counseling and litigation. The Firm’s representative clientele includes start-ups; partnerships; small to mid-size, private Texas companies; publicly traded companies; and international corporations.  The Firm also regularly handles contractual negotiations/disputes for C-level executives, upper management, and key employees.

At Brown Fox we believe that regardless of the legal circumstance, fierce advocacy, strategy, and tactics must always be partnered with the utmost integrity.  This foundational belief is why our motto, Character Matters, is at the heart of everything we do.  Learn more about our law firm by clicking here.


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