David R. Allman

Associate | Washington, D.C.

dallman@mofo.com | (202) 572-6776

dallman@mofo.com
(202) 572-6776

Dave Allman is an associate in the Government Contracts and National Security practice groups in the Washington, D.C. office.

Dave has worked on export control matters for over decade, most notably as the Director of International Trade Compliance (ITC) and Legislative Affairs at an aerospace and defense company, where he managed and directed the company’s ITC program. That company’s ITC program, which Dave developed, addressed every regulatory regime governing international trade, including ITAR, EAR, Customs, OFAC, Anti-Boycott, the FCPA, and relevant host-nation Anti-Corruption policies. Dave was also a lead investigator for another aerospace and defense company under a consent agreement investigating potential violations of export controls. He served in the military with multiple tours in the Middle East, including Afghanistan and Iraq.

Dave earned his J.D. with honors from American University Washington College of Law. During law school, he worked as a Law Clerk in the firm’s Government Contracts practice group and participated in the firm’s summer associate program. Dave is co-founder and Vice Chair of the MoFoVets Affinity Group supporting various forms of pro bono work and outreach to military veterans in need. Dave also serves on the Board of the Society for International Affairs (SIA), an all-volunteer organization established in 1967 dedicated to educating the international trade community on the various nuances of the import and export process.

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