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Allie J. Hallmark is an Associate in the Firm's Construction Practice Group. Allie represents the firm’s construction clients in litigation matters such as delay and defect claims, contract and change order disputes, as well as mechanics’ liens and bond claims on both private and public projects. Her experience with both owners and contractors gives Allie the insight and knowledge to obtain the best results for her clients. She also has experience in labor and employment matters, including wage act and benefits claims and employment discrimination cases. Allie advocates for clients in all stages of litigation, whether in private alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration or in state and federal court.

Allie is the Associate Editor of the Firm's newsletter, Construction in Brief.

This blog post was updated on March 17, 2017 due to the news that SCOTUS will no longer hear Gavin Grimm’s bathroom case.

The evolving field of enforcement of Title IX matters took another turn last week.

On February 22, 2017, the Department of Education and Department of Justice, under the direction of the new Administration, together issued a “Dear Colleague Letter” (“Letter”) expressly rescinding certain guidance letters from the previous administration, which provided that Title IX’s prohibition of discrimination based on “sex” protects transgender students from discrimination based on their gender identity.


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