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  Allison S. Hyatt
Partner
Direct Dial: 916.472.3302
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Allison S. Hyatt is partner in Freeman Mathis & Gary’s Sacramento office and is a member of the firm’s Commercial and Complex Litigation, Professional Liability, Labor and Employment and Insurance Coverage National Practice Sections.  Ms. Hyatt has over 16 years of experience successfully litigating countless cases in California’s federal and state courts at both the trial court and appellate level representing clients throughout the state.  

Ms. Hyatt’s extensive complex litigation experience includes litigating real property disputes on behalf of title insurers, property owners, lenders, and developers involving quiet title claims, lien priority disputes, fraudulent conveyance actions and other complex claims.  Ms. Hyatt’s practice also includes representing insurance agents, escrow companies, architects and engineers and directors and officers in professional liability matters.  She has litigated a myriad of commercial contract disputes and represents a variety of businesses, both large and small, with respect to protecting their intellectual property rights in claims involving trademark, trade dress and copyright infringement. 

Ms. Hyatt’s employment practice includes specialized experience litigating disability discrimination claims, as well as, wrongful discharge, class action, race, gender, and age discrimination disputes.  She regularly advises employers and provides trainings for their employees on a variety of issues to prevent claims and avoid litigation. 

In addition to her litigation practice, Ms. Hyatt is a skilled coverage attorney and is often called upon to advise insurers in cases concerning complicated high-stakes coverage issues regarding title insurance, E&O and CGL policies, among others.  Ms. Hyatt’s passion for developing creative legal strategies along with her exceptional analysis and research expertise has gained her recognition as “go-to” counsel for complex matters. 

Ms. Hyatt received her law degree from UCLA School of Law.  While in law school, she served as Student Scholarship Editor for the UCLA Women’s Law Journal and clerked for the State Bar of California.  Ms. Hyatt received her undergraduate degree from California State University, Long Beach, where she graduated summa cum laude.     

Ms. Hyatt is a member of the ALTA Title Counsel Committee.  She also serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Center for Educational Rights, a non-profit organization that provides special education resources for school districts and parents of students with special needs. 

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