"Congratulations, Harvey. You found the three cases that I've lost in fourteen years. And do you know what else those cases have in common? Nothing. Because I learn from my mistakes."
— Allison Holt to Harvey Specter

Allison Holt, J.D. is a lawyer and a partner at Bratton Gould.


"You know Edelson Investments, don't you?"
"I do. Apparently, I used to represent them."
"Ah, you're taking this well."
"What do you want me to do, cry? Harvey, we play the game. Sometimes we win, sometimes we lose."
Harvey Specter and Allison Holt[src]
In 2012, Daniel Hardman and Jessica Pearson hired her to handle the lawsuit alleging fraud against Harvey Specter and the Pearson Hardman in "Break Point".

She and Harvey often argued about their methods throughout the investigation. After she received a deal to settle with $5 million from the firm and the disbarment of Harvey, Jessica let Daniel fire Allison, saying that she wanted the firm to win the case and they won't be able to with Allison's distrust of Harvey.[1]

In "Blood in the Water", she tried to steal Trent Devon away from Pearson Hardman by offering a deal "too good to be true". In the meantime, she had been taking senior associates and partners from Pearson Hardman, as well as meeting with Louis about joining Bratton Gould. When she met with Harvey, thinking it would be with Trent, she also gave an offer to Harvey, who refused.[2]

She was eventually contacted by James Quelling regarding a settlement made by Harold Gunderson, an associate at her firm, in partnership with Mike Ross, an associate at Pearson Specter. She then fired Harold and reported the settlement to the U.S. District Attorney's Office.


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