Alison Pregliasco Howard
Alison’s work with the Electronic Data Discovery (EDD) Group at Frost Brown Todd (FBT) dates to 2008, and has included preservation, collection, review, analysis and production of documents and electronically-stored information (ESI) in both civil litigation and government investigations. Alison has served as a review team leader, being a liaison among reviewers, lead attorneys and trial teams to assure timely and thorough analysis of potentially material issues and related evidence. Alison has worked on more than two dozen matters with the EDD Group, including disputes involving the real estate, medical device, automotive, and healthcare industries.
Alison has also served as a conflicts attorney at FBT. In this role, she helped create and implement the firm’s new business intake process, focusing on a variety of legal ethics, compliance and risk reduction matters, and drafting complex engagement letters and conflict waivers. Alison played a key role in the analysis and clearance of lateral conflicts issues related to offices in the firm's expanding geographic footprint.
Before joining FBT, Alison was a licensed real estate agent and an experienced litigator, in primarily real estate matters. She also served as compliance counsel for a national real estate title company, advising senior management and employees on various regulatory, insurance, and risk-related matters. Alison was a licensed insurance agent in 11 states, and a licensed property and casualty adjuster in four states.
Highlights & Recognitions
- Brandeis Law Journal
- Moot Court Board Facilitator
Memberships & Affiliations
- Kentucky Bar Association
- Louisville Bar Association
Civic & Charitable Organizations
- Kentucky Harvest, Board Member, 2015-2016
Non-FBT Publications and Events
“What Real Estate Regulators Need to Know About Errors & Omissions Insurance” (ARELLO/Real Estate License Law Officials Conference, 2012)
“Claims vs. Realtors – Claims Protection, Examination, and Prevention” (Kentucky Association of Realtors Annual Convention, 2012)
“What Real Estate Licensees Need to Know about Errors & Omissions Claims – Protection and Preservation of Coverage” (Iowa Association of Realtors Annual Convention, 2012)
“Claims vs. Realtors: Real Estate Errors and Omissions Insurance Claim Studies” (Iowa Association of Realtors Annual Convention, 2012)