A skilled problem-solver who is diligent and practical in her counsel, Alison Casey works with clients on complex intellectual property, product liability, and business litigation matters.
She is relied upon by clients to handle disputes in virtually all stages of litigation. Alison strives to address her client’s long-term challenges as quickly and efficiently as possible, while also being nimble enough to tackle the unexpected day-to-day issues that may arise along the way.
Alison has significant patent litigation experience in federal district courts across the country and on appeal at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, including complex disputes which involve a broad range of technologies in the pharmaceutical and electronic arts.
Alison’s product liability practice consists of representing companies in the pharmaceutical, medical device, and building products industries in state and federal litigation throughout the United States.
She also offers her clients broad experience handling business torts and employment matters regarding non-competition and non-disclosure agreements and trade secret misappropriation. She has also represented employers in employment discrimination and wage and commission disputes.
Clients benefit from Alison’s frequent practice before Massachusetts state and federal courts, which allows her to provide a tailored perspective on cases litigated in the Commonwealth.
Prior to joining the firm, Alison spent nearly eight years with a local Boston firm and five years working in higher education, including as a former international law teaching assistant and resident director with Semester at Sea.
During law school, Alison interned in the Appellate Unit of the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in Boston, where she argued cases before the Massachusetts Appeals Court on behalf of the Commonwealth.
Her commitment to civic and charitable activities includes pro bono advocacy for those who are underserved, such as before the U.S. Immigration Court and Massachusetts Division of Unemployment Assistance.
Professional and Community Involvement
Member, Massachusetts Women’s Bar Association
Former member, Massachusetts Women’s Bar Association’s Legislative Policy and Equal Justice Coalition committees
Former coach, Boston Lawyer’s Group college mock trial team
The Best Lawyers in America, Ones to Watch, 2021-2022
Massachusetts Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2019-2023