Emily’s practice focuses on class action and complex commercial litigation.
Emily’s commercial litigation practice focuses on class actions. She represents clients in a variety of areas, including antitrust, privacy, and consumer law. Emily also advises clients on compliance of consumer-facing documents with state and federal law. Emily has extensive experience with motions practice, electronic discovery, and trial preparation. She is also a regular contributor to the firm’s Retail Industry Blog.
Emily maintains an active pro bono practice and regularly participates in the DC Bar Advice and Referral Clinic.
Represents a large regional supermarket chain in an antitrust claim.
Advises retail companies on compliance with state and federal consumer law for consumer-facing documents including website terms and conditions, return policies, and merchandise credit cards.
Defends clients in privacy class actions involving data breach and data collection claims.
Defends a retail leasing company in a class action under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Defended a retail company in a consumer class action brought under the New Jersey Truth-in-Consumer Contract, Warranty and Notice Act.
Author, Compliance Takes Center Stage as Hui Chen Joins DOJ Fraud Section in Newly Created Role of Compliance Counsel, ABA Women in White Collar Subcommittee, April 2016
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