Allison Lullo is a partner in the Government, Regulatory & Internal Investigations Group in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Allison advises companies and their officers and directors in a wide variety of U.S. DOJ, SEC, and CFTC investigations, internal investigations, and compliance matters, with a focus on securities, futures, and derivative financial product enforcement, as well as anti-corruption and anti-bribery, securities fraud, accounting fraud, insider trading, and financial statement and disclosure issues. Additionally, Allison regularly counsels clients regarding workplace misconduct and compliance issues.
Allison was previously seconded to a leading multinational financial services firm, where she assisted with regulatory inquiries and exams, with a focus on futures and swaps products.
Co-author, “CFTC 2018 Enforcement: Where the Puck Is Going,” New York Law Journal (January 26, 2018)
Co-author, “SEC’s Focus On Financial Reporting: Recent Cases And Trends,” Law360 (November 30, 2016)
Co-author: “U.S. Anti-corruption Enforcement Priorities: Three Key Risk Areas for 2015,” Corporate Disputes (April 2015)
Co-author, “Settlement of Major Healthcare Fraud Enforcement Proceedings: A Probing and Frank Analysis of The Competing Variables,” The Health Lawyer (February 2013)
“Leaving Behind a Good Idea: How No Child Left Behind Fails to Incorporate the Individualized Spirit of the I.D.E.A.,” The George Washington Law Review (February 2010)
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2011New York
- The George Washington University Law SchoolJ.D.with Honors2010
Notes Editor, The George Washington Law Review
- Lafayette CollegeB.A., Law and Philosophy & Spanishsumma cum laude2007
Phi Beta Kappa