Emily Clark focuses her practice on consumer class actions, mass arbitrations, and commercial disputes. Many of these cases involve the defense of consumer class actions under various state and federal laws regulating deceptive trade practices and telemarketing, with a focus on false advertising claims, telephone consumer protection act violations and video privacy protection matters. Emily’s experience in class action defense runs the gamut from pre-certification motion practice and discovery, to class certification motions, expert discovery, hearings and trial.
Emily has defended clients in the healthcare, retail and communications sectors to resolve complex contractual disputes, at the negotiation table as well as at trials.
During law school, Emily was an extern for Ladder Capital, as well as a judicial extern at the U.S. Court of International Trade.
Emily also maintains an active pro bono docket.
Member of the team which obtained pre-answer dismissal of a putative false advertising class actions related to pima cotton in the Southern District of New York against our client, an American publicly traded fashion company.
Assists in representing numerous clients in putative class actions and individual claims in state and federal court alleging damages under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and state analogues.