Allen Wolff

About the Speaker
  • Profession
    Shareholder
  • Company
    Anderson Kill
  • Location
    New York City, New York
  • Email
  • Address
    1251 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10020
  • Web Sites

Allen R. Wolff is a shareholder in Anderson Kill’s New York office. Mr. Wolff’s practice concentrates in construction litigation, insurance
recovery, and the nexus between the two, as well as in complex commercial litigation. Mr. Wolff is also a member of Anderson Kill’s
Hospitality Industry, Banking and Lending and Regulated Products groups.

Mr. Wolff advises policyholders on issues relating to coverage, exclusions, subrogation, defense, indemnity and bad faith in property,
casualty, fiduciary liability, and Directors & Officers liability insurance matters. He represents property owners, developers, contractors
and subcontractors, retailers, financial institutions, hospitality businesses, condominium associations and tenants’ associations on a full
range of property, construction and engineering defect, contract and insurance coverage disputes. He has also litigated a wide array of
commercial, employment and intellectual property matters.

Since 2011, Mr. Wolff has been one of a small number of New York attorneys selected as a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America.
Fellowship selection is by invitation only and is based on proven effectiveness and accomplishment in trial and appellate practice and a
superior ethical reputation. Since 2012, he has been recognized by Super Lawyers for Insurance Coverage. He is also rated
“AV®Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated,” the top rating, by his peers as listed in Martindale Hubbell. Mr. Wolff is a frequent lecturer on
Federal practice and procedure, complex construction law issues, and insurance coverage. Mr. Wolff is a member of Hospitality
Law360’s editorial advisor board.

For many years, Mr. Wolff was a partner at Carlsmith Ball LLP, a preeminent Pacific Rim firm based in Hawaii. Before becoming a
lawyer, he served as an officer in the U.S. Army for more than five years, including three years as a paratrooper. He subsequently
served in the Army Reserve, was promoted to full Colonel and graduated from the Army’s senior leadership program at the U.S. Army
War College in Carlisle, PA, where he earned a Master’s degree in Strategic Studies.