Sullivan Hill Appoints Robert Allenby as Managing Partner

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Sullivan Hill is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Allenby as the firm’s new managing partner. He succeeds Christopher Hawkins, who served a five-year term as managing partner.

“Robert Allenby is a proven leader and highly-dedicated attorney,” said Mr. Hawkins. “I am looking forward to see the direction Sullivan Hill will go under his leadership, with his demonstrated solid judgment and vision for the firm.”

Mr. Allenby has served on Sullivan Hill’s Executive Committee, as chair of the Litigation practice group and as firm counsel to Sullivan Hill. A native of San Diego, he has been practicing in San Diego as a civil litigator for over 27 years.

Mr. Allenby has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation, with an emphasis in construction disputes, insurance coverage litigation, employment disputes and general business litigation. He has an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell and was named a Top San Diego Lawyer in 2015-2018 by San Diego Magazine.

“It is humbling to succeed my colleague and friend, Christopher Hawkins, as managing partner,” Mr. Allenby said. “Under his leadership, Sullivan Hill redefined its commitment to service as one of San Diego’s leading business and trial law firms. This is an exciting time for our firm, and I am committed to continuing Sullivan Hill’s mission to provide the best, most cost-effective service and solutions to all of our clients.”

About Sullivan Hill:

Sullivan Hill has provided efficient, aggressive and responsive legal representation for more than 50 years. The firm provides full service representation to clients in a variety of industries with an emphasis in insolvency, construction disputes, insurance coverage, real estate, business disputes, civil litigation, and transactional work.  The firm has offices in San Diego and Las Vegas.

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