Allen Ho concentrates his practice on a wide range of litigation matters. He has drafted pleadings across all stages of litigation, including, but not limited to, complaints, substantive and procedural motions, discovery, motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, and appellate briefs.
In addition to his litigation experience, Allen also has conducted depositions of bankruptcy debtors regarding undisclosed assets of the estate; represented Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees in adversary actions to recover preferential transfers and liquidate assets; represented a creditor landlord in Chapter 11 bankruptcy case of nationwide amusement-park operator to ensure payment of lease default penalties from estate; and drafted a successful motion for summary judgment in case of first impression concerning California charter school financial oversight authority by local school districts.
During law school, Allen was a member of the Asian-Pacific American Law Students Association. He also served as a law clerk for two California-based law firms.
Allen is proficient in Mandarin and Taiwanese.
Outside the Firm
Allen enjoys road trips, hiking, and golf. He is also an avid LA Dodgers fan.