Labor and employment
Allison Libeu provides creative, practical, and strategic counsel to help her clients resolve complex commercial disputes and protect their business interests.
Ms. Libeu litigates high-stakes business disputes across a variety of areas, including business torts, contracts, class actions, securities fraud, and trade secrets. She has developed unique knowledge in the area of “corporate divorce,” which typically involves disputes between the founders/owners of a business. She also has successfully prosecuted and defended matters involving the termination of C-suite executives and claims that frequently arise in such cases, including breach of fiduciary duty, unfair competition, and violation of nondisclosure, noncompete, and non-solicitation agreements. Her national practice includes litigation at the trial and appellate levels in both federal and state courts in addition to U.S.-based and international arbitration.
Recently, Ms. Libeu has served as lead or co-lead counsel in numerous high-profile litigations, including representing Amazon in a suit brought by eBay, alleging fraud, tortious interference, and unfair competition; representing the nation’s largest industrial staffing company in arbitration against a former CEO who, after twice entering into noncompete and non-solicitation agreements with the company, secretly founded a competing business; and representing a global quick-service restaurant corporation against a former executive accused of misappropriating trade secrets before departing for a competitor.
Ms. Libeu has been recognized as “Top 40 and Under” by the Daily Journal, has been included on the nationwide list of top “40 & Under” by Benchmark Litigation, and has been named to the “Super Lawyers” list since 2017.
Last updated July 2020