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Thomas B. Alleman

Thomas B. Alleman



  • Agency Enforcement & Private Party Litigation
  • Appellate
  • Cybersecurity
  • Business & Commercial

WSG Practice Industries


Texas, U.S.A.

WSG Leadership

WSG Coronavirus Task Force Group

A veteran courtroom lawyer and "well regarded litigator" (Chambers USA 2017), Tom Alleman is at home in trial and appellate courts throughout the United States. His practice focuses on litigation, commercial insurance coverage questions ranging from cyberliability and data breach questions to environmental and D&O issues, regulatory proceedings and advice involving complex environmental and toxic tort issues, and legal challenges facing financial institutions. His extensive experience enables him to step in on short notice when necessary to assist clients in resolving problems or trying cases.

Mr. Alleman is the Co-Director of Dykema's Insurance Industry Group.

Bar Admissions

Texas, 1988

Missouri, 1977


Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, J.D., Senior Editor, Washington University Law Quarterly; United States Law Week Award for Academic Distinction in the Third Year, 1977 Williams College, B.A., 1974
Areas of Practice

Agency Enforcement & Private Party Litigation | Appellate | Appellate and Complex Motion Practice | Business & Commercial | Cybersecurity | Environmental | Litigation | Privacy and Data Security


COVID-19 and Your Insurance Coverage
Dykema, March 2020

Gilda Radner’s character Rosanne Rosannadanna always ended her routines on Saturday Night live by saying, “It’s always something.” She might well have been talking about COVID-19, the effects of which are just beginning to be felt throughout the world. Schools are closed, supply chains may be cracked, travel is slowing and events are being postponed or canceled outright, with more impacts probably to come...

U.S. Supreme Court Clears the Way for Visually-Impaired to Sue Over Allegedly Inaccessible Websites and Apps
Dykema, October 2019

Yesterday, in a closely-followed case, the Supreme Court decided not to hear an appeal brought by the Domino’s pizza chain, which sought to overturn the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal’s decision that entities selling online must make their websites and apps accessible to people with disabilities...

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