Corporate Associate Matthew L. Allison supports clients across a number of industries while leveraging his background in mergers and acquisitions, financings and corporate governance. Allison also has experience collaborating on deal terms and managing multiple client requests throughout the deal-life process, overseeing general corporate issues and business law, and interpreting complex organizational documents.

He joined Nemphos Braue from Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr in Baltimore, where he helped advise clients and conducted research on corporate governance issues, including SEC rules and securities.

Admitted to practice law in the state of Maryland, Allison graduated summa cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief for the University of Baltimore Law Review and a Distinguished Scholar in the Royal Graham Shannonhouse III Honor Society.

Before getting his law degree, Allison was a Federal Law Enforcement Officer for the United States Secret Service in Washington, D.C., for more than 8 years. He was responsible for controlling access to the White House Complex, screening White House employees and visitors, and other police activities.

He earned his M.B.A. and a Bachelor’s of Science in Marketing and Sociology at West Virginia Wesleyan College.

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Nemphos Braue’s co-founders and legal team left some of the largest firms in the world to practice differently. We combine big firm expertise with the flexibility and creativity of boutique practice to create personal, exceptional outcomes for our clients.

Practice Areas

Corporate & Business Law

Entrepreneurs & Emerging Companies
General Counsel Solutions
Government Affairs
Intellectual Property
Maryland Regulatory Practice
Mergers & Aquisitions
Private Equity & Venture Capital

Industries

Automotive
Food & Beverage
Healthcare
Industrial & Construction
Manufacturing
Real Estate
Technology
Telecom
Telehealth
Utilities
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