Allen Susser's practice focuses primarily on real estate and business transactions, as well as the representation of creditors' in commercial and consumer loan debt collections and foreclosure.

The real estate and business transactions part of his practice includes: the sale and purchase of commercial and residential real estate; representing lenders and borrowers in the financing and refinancing of commercial and residential real estate; and the creation, acquisition, sale, merger and dissolution of business entities.

The creditors' rights part of his practice includes: commercial loan workouts, consumer debt collections, bankruptcy, and commercial and residential foreclosure.

Allen's practice also includes estate planning for individuals with small to moderate net worth as well as estate administration for small to mid-size estates.

Allen was a law clerk to the Hon. Irving I. Rubin, Superior Court of New Jersey, 1977-78. He joined Cohn Lifland in 1987.

Allen has been a member of the board of directors of The National Foundation for Teen Safe Driving since 2015.

  • Passaic County Legal Aid Society, Board of Trustees, 1982-1987
  • YM & YWHA of North Jersey, Board of Directors, 1985-1995
  • New Jersey State Bar Association, member
  • Passaic County Bar Association, Board of Trustees, 1984-1987
  • National Foundation for Teen Safe Driving, Board of Directors, 2015-Present
  • Henry v. Shopper’s World, 490 A.2d 320, 1985, N.J. Super.A.D., 1985120256
  • NPS Corp. v. Insurance Co. of North America, 517 A.2d 1211, 1986, N.J.Super.A.D., 1986160375
  • AV® rated, the highest rating conferred by Martindale-Hubbell® for legal ability and professional ethics, based upon a peer review of the Bar and the Judiciary*
  • Selected to the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers, for Business Litigation, 2005-2021*
  • Included on the list of The Best Lawyers in America® in Commercial Litigation*
  • Selected to the list of Bergen County’s “Top Lawyers,” 2018-2020, Bankruptcy & Workout, Commercial Litigation*

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